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Alan Glasper
British Journal of Nursing, Vol. 19, Iss. 3, 11 Jan 2010, pp 144 - 145

People have drunk alcohol for as long as they've known about its existence, and it doesn't appear this will change any time soon. But the amount of alcohol consumed by children and young people in Britain is now spiralling out of control and putting a significant strain on NHS resources. In light of a new report, Alan Glasper discusses how this escalating problem can be tackled.

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