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Success story: Through thinking about his drinking Richard has lost 20kg [ 100% ]

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Richard was always very active when he was younger but as a young adult he slipped into some bad habits, which resulted in him putting on weight. In 2007 Richard went to London for a couple of months. He took the opportunity to make some changes. One of which was cutting back on drinking.

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Success story: Saying au revoir to the hangover [ 80% ]

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There is no doubt that drinking is part of Australian culture. BBQs and beer go together like meringue, cream and some kind of fruit; like Kylie and Jason; like Skippy and people down wells. Which is why it's understandable that the link between alcohol and cancer isn't a popular message. But even moderate amounts of alcohol increases the risk of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, liver, breast and bowel. However, at CYCR we're optimistic, we feel there could be a bit of a change in the air.

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Advocacy: Call for smokefree outdoor dining and drinking in Victoria [ 77% ]

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Leading Australian health organisations are calling for action on a smoking ban in Victoria's outdoor dining and drinking areas.

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Tips for drinking less [ 59% ]

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If you do choose to drink, here are some ideas to try to help limit how much you drink.

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Drink Less Live More [ 56% ]

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Drinking alcohol is known to cause cancer. But the good news is you can reduce your risk of cancer by limiting the amount of alcohol you drink or choosing not to drink alcohol at all.

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Let's talk about Australia's drinking problem... [ 55% ]

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Christmas and New Year is supposed to be a time of fun and festivities. But, hardly a month into this new year, the news headlines highlighted the tragic stories of alcohol-fuelled violence on our streets, amounting to one young man losing his life at just 18 years of age.

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Luke beats sugary drink 'addiction' and sheds 30kg [ 53% ]

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After years of drinking Coke almost every day, Luke Sultan has managed to cut soft drinks and other sugary drinks out of his diet entirely.

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One in five breast cancers linked to alcohol [ 49% ]

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New Cancer Council analysis into the link between alcohol and cancer caused a flurry of stories in the media this month. It also resulted in that old chestnut ‘red wine is good for your health' to rear its head. So what's the real story?

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How to reduce your alcohol intake [ 47% ]

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For a lot of people alcohol is a big part of their social lives, which is why it’s so important for us to consider the impact drinking has on our health.

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Avoid overindulging this Christmas season [ 44% ]

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Ah, Christmas! The time of plum pudding, mince pies, roast meat, cold ham, chocolate ... all washed down with a few glasses of wine. And that's just the day itself - to say nothing of Christmas Eve, Boxing Day, New Years and all the pre-Christmas work functions. It is terribly easy to overindulge at this time of year. After all, ‘tis the season to eat and be merry. But overeating and drinking one-too-many sherries can leave you feeling far from festive. But here's the good news - it is avoidable.

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