Monday, April 15, 2024

World Health Organization WARNS that drinking any amount of alcohol is Dangerous and causes Cancer. Why wasn’t this information taken seriously and disseminated to the public?

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Even though they are aware of the harm and deaths that alcohol causes, the State Excise Department is responsible for upholding alcohol laws.

In and around where we live, we have all seen the “Don’t Drink and Drive” signs.
Is that just a public welfare sign, or is it also a rule?
They are laws designed to prevent tragedies and criminal activity and to safeguard lives and property.


When you drink and drive, you may receive a fine. Because drinking alcohol is connected to society, it should be viewed as a socio-legal issue. Only those with a sales license are permitted to sell alcohol. A license is required even if someone wants to give away alcohol for free.
The alcohol industry is one market that never fell from its height and experienced no setbacks during the COVID-19 pandemic. This company makes enormous profits.
To be noted! For selling alcohol, there are laws and rules that must be followed in order to do business.
According to India’s Licensing Act of 2003, selling alcohol and related beverages requires a license.
This permit limits the sellers while also controlling the buyer. Age restrictions on drinking apply in our nation. Each State has its own laws regarding drinking, and only adults are permitted.
Even for online sales of alcohol, a license is required. It sounds unlawful and forbidden by law to drive without a license.

World Health Organization:

Alcohol is toxic, psychoactive and causes at least seven types of cancer, including the most common cancer types, such as bowel cancer and female breast cancer. The risk of developing cancer increases substantially the more alcohol is consumed, which means that any beverage containing alcohol, regardless of its price and quality, poses a risk of developing cancer.

No level of alcohol consumption is safe for our health:

Link: https://www.who.int/europe/news/item/04-01-2023-no-level-of-alcohol-consumption-is-safe-for-our-health

TOI Article-Jan 12, 2023: No amount of alcohol is safe for drinking, warns WHO 

Link: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/no-amount-of-alcohol-is-safe-for-drinking-warns-who/articleshow/96923636.cms

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