1. Prohibit work to tobacco smoke and in public places (stations, restaurants, etc.). This is first of all to protect the people present against passive smoking. Moreover, the fact that the places and times when it is possible to smoke become scarce led some smokers to quit, or at least to reduce their consumption. And non-trivialization of cigarette smoking exerts a preventive effect, especially with regard to young people who lack adult role models who smoke ....
In addition to negatively affecting individual’s health, a wide range of social ills including domestic violence, child abuse, and assault have all been linked to alcohol misuse.  The abuse of psychoactive substances is on the increase in our society today. The use of alcohol in some form or the other, as a stimulant, aesthetic, social lubricant and as a ceremonial substance has been in vague since time immemorial. We know that the psychoactive substance is an alarming problem affecting the people in various degrees and aspects. The physical, psychological, and economic damages are
As report by WHO(World Health Organization) in its first Global status report (2014) 80,000 of Indian individuals are died on streets due finished speeding, drunk driving and different reasons. Drunk driving is a central point for ascent of deaths on streets. Drink and drive not just convey street dangers to others, yet in addition influences the wellbeing of his own life. The greater part of the mischances are happening outside the urban areas because of the drunk driving. In India consistently auto collision caused by drunk driving 3 thousands of passings and more than 6 thousands many wounds in year and its expanding quickly.
Furthermore, policymakers implemented administrative decisions in attempts to reduce the crimes and health risks associated with these drugs, but those decisions lead to negative consequences. Overall, the rhetoric behind the War on Terror and the War on Drugs in the United States greatly influences how the public views crimes as social problems by depicting and focusing on the stereotypes of crime and criminals. The rhetoric connected to both the War on Terror and the War on Drugs describe crimes that involve large public reactions. For example, the War on Terror emerged from terrorist acts; such as those acts committed on September 11, 2001 or during the Boston Marathon in 2013. Terrorism leads to moral panic because of the five stages of social problem actors.
“Mounting research suggests that alcohol causes more damage to the developing brains of teenagers than was previously thought, injuring them significantly more than it does adult brains” (Butler n.p). The alcohol can kill brain cells which are still growing in teens. Drinking may also cause deaths in teens due to alcohol poisoning. “Health experts say they know of no long-term statistics on alcohol-related deaths specifically among college students. It is known, however, that in 1995 318 people died in the United States from alcohol poisoning, including 24 ages 15-24, according to the National Center for Health Statistics” (Scrivo 243).
Drug Abuse of prescription drugs, is riskier than some illegal drugs(“The Truth about Prescription Drugs”). Drugs are not the only substances that are dangerous alcohol and tobacco are also dangerous, it has killed many people. “You just see life after life swallowed up by alcohol. You just see alcohol tear families apart. And you don’t have to walk very far to see lives destroyed by tobacco.
In today’s modern age alcohol has become a way of life, it is evident that the majority of the countries throughout the world accept alcohol as an antidepressant that can be fun and can take the edge off activities, many people die from it each year. Consequently, these deaths are only one of the many reasons why alcohol should be banned. As a result, Alcohol can cause cardiovascular diseases, cancer, chronic lung disease and diabetes in moderate drinkers. Not only does drinking have a negative effect on your body if too much is consumed on occasions it can also lead to deadly accidents from being impaired while driving. Stricter laws should be enforced on the consumption of alcohol.
Alcohol is the most widely used drug in the world. The term alcohol refers to the primary alcohol ethanol. In 2015 about 89% of adults in the United States stated that they had consumed alcohol in some point of their lives. Alcohol is a demerit good, because it can have negative effects on the consumer, but the effects of alcohol consumption can also impact other people and those spill over effects are called negative externalities. Negative externalities of alcohol consumption can be for example when a person injured by bad drinking habits needs medical or psychological treatment and their family has to pay for it.
Ethics is a complex subject that is very relevant in the globalized world we live in today. It can be said that governments are often faced with “ethical handling of actual or apparent conflicts of interest” (Carpenter, Taylor, Erdogan, 2009, page 78). This is because they have to protect the public from the dangers of products and services while at the same time, enjoy the stream of taxes or license fees emanating from their consumption. In this case analysis I will be addressing the arguments for and against banning tobacco advertising in India. The conflict of interest that the government of India had in deciding about this ban and finally I will state my own personal opinion about this matter.
There are also high sales of alcohol in unlicensed shops, mainly in low-income areas, but it is not allowed. Drink driving in South Africa is permitted till 0,24 mg in 1000 ml of breath and being caught over the allowed amount of the alcohol can result into penalties. There are not regulation for the alcohol advertising till today, but government already prepared Control of Marketing of Alcoholic Beverages