Revision of the Australian guidelines to reduce health risks from drinking alcohol

Katherine M Conigrave et al, Revision of the Australian guidelines to reduce health risks from drinking alcohol, Medical Journal of Australia (2021). DOI: 10.5694/mja2.51336Journal information: Medical Journal of

Predictors of alcohol use during pregnancy in Australian women

Tsang, T.W., Kingsland, M., Doherty, E., Anderson, A.E., Tully, B., Crooks, K., Symonds, I., Tremain, D., Dunlop, A.J., Wiggers, J. and Elliott, E.J. (2021), Predictors

Australia: Pregnancy warnings on alcoholic beverages will now be mandatory

ABC Alice Springs By Oliver Gordon The bottle on the left features the new tri-colour warning. The one on the right does not.(Supplied: AHRC) Multi-coloured

A reduction in reported alcohol use in pregnancy in Australian Aboriginal communities: a prevention campaign showing promise

Martyn Symons, Maureen Carter, June Oscar, Glenn Pearson, Kaashifah Bruce, Kristy Newett, James P. Fitzpatrick Abstract Objective: Aboriginal leaders in remote Western Australian communities with

Australia: Campaign urges expecting mums to take a ‘Pregnant Pause’

Alcohol plays an important part in the social life of most Australians, and giving it up can be tough, even if you’re pregnant. To help

Australia: New labels warning pregnant women about alcohol anger wine industry

Key points: The food safety authority is pushing for mandatory warning labels on alcoholic drinks to replace the current voluntary scheme Small wineries say the

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