NZ Should Adopt Scottish Strategy To Reduce Alcohol Harm
They’re fond of a dram in Scotland. A little too fond, as it happens.
For years, Scotland has wrestled with the harm caused by alcohol. Early death, ill health, crime, suicide, and medical staff dealing with drunk and abusive patients.
Sound familiar? It should, because we face a very similar problem on this side of the world. Take it from a Kiwi with Scottish blood and the occasional whisky in his veins.