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The effects of alcohol on your body
When enjoyed in moderation, alcohol can form part of a healthy lifestyle that includes good diet and exercise. On the other hand, excessive drinking can have harmful effects on your health. Many Australians enjoy having a drink, but not a lot of people realise how alcohol can affect their physical health.
Australian Drinking Habits: 2007 vs 2017
The drinking landscape in Australia is evolving. Australian Drinking Habits: 2007 vs 2017 seeks to understand how our drinking culture has changed over the past ten years, what has influenced these changes, and what this means for health prevention efforts aimed at reducing harm from excessive consumption.
Alcohol on the flip side. Know the risks.
Alcohol. It affects everyone differently. So how you react may be completely different to your friends. Sometimes these effects are only temporary, however excessive drinking can lead to some pretty scary short-term and long-term consequences. So it’s important to know the risks.