Dr. Nolan Williams and I discussed this topic on the podcast. He compared the current situation with alcohol to the past situation with smoking, suggesting that there might come a tipping point where society realizes the harm alcohol can cause, much like we did with smoking. However, it's a complex issue. Alcohol is tied to various health risks, including different types of cancer, but it's not as straightforward a story as smoking and lung cancer. There's also the belief held by some that moderate alcohol consumption can be heart-healthy, which complicates the narrative. So, while it's possible that attitudes towards alcohol may shift significantly in the future, it's hard to say definitively if it will be banned.