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- Submission on chronic disease prevention and management
August 2015The Foundation for Alcohol Research and Education (FARE) and the Public Health Association of Australia (PHAA) provided a submission to the Standing Committee on Health’s Inquiry into best practice in chronic disease prevention and management in primary health care, which reviews the current state of preventive health. FARE and PHAA make 11 recommendations to aid in Australia’s efforts to meet the World Health Organization’s targets to reduce the burden of chronic disease and achieve a 25 per cent reduction in premature mortality from NCDs by the year 2025.
- How is alcohol expenditure distributed in Australia
August 2015This is the first study in Australia to examine household expenditure on alcohol in relation to financial and demographic factors, residential situation, and financial situation. It uses secondary data from the 2009-10 Australian Household Expenditure Surveys (HES) to investigate the distribution of household spending, and the links between alcohol expenditure and financial difficulties experienced by households.
- Aussies pay price for alcohol spend
27 August 2015New research into Australian spending habits shows households that spend more on alcohol were more likely to report experiencing financial hardship, such as being unable to pay bills on time or going without meals.
- ACT launch of Women Want to Know
12 August 2015Deputy Chief Minister, Simon Corbell MLA will launch Women Want to Know in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT), together with the release of new research from the University of Canberra which explores women’s views of alcohol consumption during pregnancy.
- Spending cuts imperil the health of all
11 August 2015Public health activists despair of the prospects of an adequate strategy to tackle chronic disease, described as "Australia's greatest health challenge" by the government's Reform of the Federation White Paper. And it is probably our own fault.
- This is the ‘most dangerous’ drug on the market
27 July 2015Police are responding to an increasing number of incidents where perpetrators of family violence are affected by drugs and alcohol, a Victorian royal commission has been told.
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