Blog: "Healthy" alcohol on the horizon?
Olly Wehring | 10 November 2009
A solution that can be added to drinks to give the effect of alcohol without the fear of next-day headaches or potential long-term health risks. Is this guy serious?
High quality, "safe" alcohol is what we will all be drinking in 25 years.
That's according to professor David Nutt, who wrote in the UK's Sun newspaper today about his project to develop "synthetic alcohol".
Nutt was effectively ousted from the Government's independent Advisory Council on Misuse of Drugs last month, after several comments on Government drug policy - including that some drugs are safer than alcohol.
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