Amy Winehouse’s Death

October 27, 2011 by staff 

Amy Winehouse’s Death, Amy Winehouse’s death has generated a warning from alcohol Public Health Minister Anne Milton.

The singer died of alcohol poisoning at only 27 years old prompted Milton to argue that the UK still do not have the risks of drinking seriously.

She told MPs that the message that alcohol causes damage has not yet overcome the public as opposed to the message that obesity and smoking causes damage.

“I still think that while people accept the harm of smoking, accept the problems caused by being overweight, there is still a problem in accepting the harm caused by alcohol.”

“I think we still do not have a message through the guidelines.”

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“People who know things that harm their health, so that 22 percent of people still smoke,” said

“We have to see what people feel the need to go to look very, very drunk and damaging their health.”

Milton also said the government policy of raising the tax on strong beer was having an effect on alcohol consumption.

“No doubt about it, the price can manipulate the market, which increases tax on high-strength alcohol is not a bad idea, because for every liter sold there is less alcohol in it, which is a step in the right direction” .

However, he admitted the effect of price increases in problem drinkers were less clear.

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