(Telegraph) Child, 3, treated for alcoholism at British hospital
A three-year-old has become the youngest child in Britain to be treated for alcoholism, it emerged today. The child has been treated in hospital after being given alcohol regularly for six months.
The unnamed youngster, from the West Midlands, was one of 13 children who were diagnosed alcoholic by the Heart of England NHS Trust between 2008 and 2010.
In the same period, 106 teenagers aged 13 to 16 were also treated for their addiction to alcohol.
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