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Time to put the brakes on harmful booze consumption [ 41% ]

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International scientific evidence shows government policy interventions are the key levers to shift harmful drinking behaviour.

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Advocacy: Smokefree outdoor areas – a breath of fresh air [ 40% ]

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Cancer Council Victoria and Quit Victoria are lobbying the State Government for a change in legislation to include a state-wide ban on smoking in outdoor dining and drinking areas.

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How to: Recognise what's driving you to drink [ 33% ]

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Around 41% of Australian adults drink weekly. And around half of those who drink alcohol do so at levels that put them at higher risk of alcohol-related harm in the short term (falling over, getting into a fight) and about a quarter at levels that put them at higher risk of long-term harm (chronic disease such as cancer).

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Australian alcohol’s missing ingredient [ 7% ]

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The risk of cancer is greater for every additional alcoholic beverage consumed, so why aren't we more alarmed that there's no warning about this on the label of alcohol products?

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Celebrate this silly season with less alcohol and avoid a hangover that can last a lifetime [ 6% ]

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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.

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How alcohol causes cancer [ 6% ]

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It is estimated that 2,950 cases of cancer are attributable to long-term chronic use of alcohol each year in Australia.

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Do we need even more booze ads on TV? [ 6% ]

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Free TV has recently called for public comment on proposed changes to the TV broadcasting code of practice which, if approved, will allow even more booze ads on our screens during children's viewing times.

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