Risky Drinking

“A number of health risk factors are considerably worse among the people living in rural and remote Australia than for their peers in the major cities. One of these is the proportions of people in rural and remote areas who drink alcohol at levels that are risky for lifetime harm and single occasion harm. Among those living in rural areas, men and youths, and those working in the farming industry, are more likely to drink at high-risk levels.”

Find more from National Rural Health Alliance (Australia).

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