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International scientific evidence shows government policy interventions are the key levers to shift harmful drinking behaviour.
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, â€˜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.
A while ago I cut alcohol to try to start a family. Now, I'm a girl who used to really like a drink, from a family whose tradition is the annual Coco Loco Christmas Cocktail bar in the backyard.
A recent Cancer Council Victoria survey found eight out of 10 Victorians believe smoking shouldnâ€™t be allowed in outdoor areas where children are present, while seven out of 10 believe smoking shouldnâ€™t be allowed in outdoor restaurant dining areas.