I would like to start of this motion by disagreeing with the notion that alcohol should be banned in public settings .According to Mikulak (2012), a new study by the researchers of the University of Pittsburgh showed conclusively that moderate amounts of alcohol actually heightened positive emotions and enhanced social interaction at the same time relieving pessimistic and adverse emotions among the moderate drinkers. Therefore when alcohol is consumed responsibly in a moderate approach,it serves to propagate an ideal of tranquillity and relaxation to the user. Where inhibitions are set loose and emotions and deep seated issues are able to be brought to the surface, instead of being pressed down and kept locked which may cause detrimental mental and psychological problems in the long run. To further divulge into the issue of moderate drinking one first has to define moderate.
According to Dr.Grossberg (2012), moderate drinking varies from man to woman, for a typical male it would be up to 2ounce a day while for a female that figure would be lesser at just 1 ounce a day. Alcohol like any medication if consumed excessively would be detrimental to one’s health, for example taking a drug such as acetaminophen would pacify a fever or headache however multiple excessive acetaminophens could result in liver failure. According to Stahl (2013) excessively taking acetaminophens will result in liver failure eventually leading to death. Therefore alcohol like any other medication should be taken moderately and responsibly.
In this instance education of the consumption of alcohol should be taught. According to Sanderson (2013), such an education module called “Aware Awake Alive” aims to inculcate the education of alcohol through a series of orientation programming has already empowered the lives of students at more than 60 different campuses nationwide, including eight other CSU campuses. This therefore shows the immense positive outreach education has with...