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1112 trusted resources for alcohol

  1. Alcohol

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Most of the time when people talk about drugs, they think of illegal ones. But the most abused drug is one that is legal for people over 18, alcohol.

  2. Alcohol and Your Health


    When people regularly have more than about 2 standard drinks per day, they run a greater risk of serious health problems. The more people drink, the greater the risk. Risks for women increase much faster than men, as they drink more.

  3. Hot Topic alcohol and other drugs

    Kids Helpline

    Kids Helpline hot topic alcohol and other drugs

  4. Alcohol

    Department of Health

    Information about alcohol-related health issues and Australian Government policy.

  5. Alcohol

    Department of Health

    Here you will find answers to some frequently asked questions relating to Alcohol

  6. Alcohol

    Department of Health

    Initiatives to minimise the harmful effects of alcohol consumption in Australian society.

  7. Alcohol

    Dietitians Association of Australia

    In moderation, alcohol can be part of a healthy diet and healthy lifestyle. However drinking large amounts of alcohol can be harmful to your health.

  8. Alcohol - coping with alcohol in the home

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    In many homes alcohol is a part of the lives of families. Dad or mum may have a beer or wine or other drink when they get home from work. Adults may have a glass of wine with a special meal or when friends come round.

  9. Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) -


    Blood alcohol concentration (BAC) refers to the amount of alcohol in your bloodstream. The more a person drinks the higher their BAC.

  10. Alcohol - effects on unborn children

    Women's and Children's Health Network

    Alcohol drunk by mothers during pregnancy can seriously affect the health and development of their unborn children.