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Q.E.D.

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Another Little Drink Won t Do Us Any Harm
Would you be concerned if someone you loved was drinking an average of two pints of bitter a day? Or do you believe the old saying that 'another little drink won't do us any harm ? You might be more uneasy it the someone in your life was your 15-year-old daughter.
Through the revealing attitudes of teenagers and their parents, Q.E.D. discovers how little all of us understand about alcohol -the third-biggest health hazard in Britain-and how widespread is the problem of under-age drinking. Series editor DAVID FILKIN
Producer CAROLINE VAN DEN BRUL 0 HELPLINES: page 69

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