Whenever you see an advertisement related to tobacco smoking, you get (in most countries anyway) a standard statutory warning that advises against smoking tobacco as it can cause serious illnesses? But why aren't the same warnings applied when alcohol is advertised/sold in the market? Considering it ranks the second in the list of most dangerous(and lethal) drugs used for recreational purposes? (The deadliest is heroin, and the third is cocaine, for those who're interested.) What are your thoughts?