On June 24, 2019, the United Kingdom National Health Service (NHS) announced plans to open a gambling treatment clinic for children and young adults aged 13 to 25. The clinic is part of a new network of services being rolled out as part of the NHS Long-Term Plan. The Great Britain Gambling Commission estimates that 55,000 children and young adults have a gambling problem. An estimated 450,000 are gambling regularly, which is more than the number of children and young adults who smoke, use alcohol, or use illicit drugs. The NHS Long-Term Plan will make specialist . . .