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There’s no safe level of alcohol use during pregnancy. It’s safest to not drink at all during pregnancy, when trying to conceive, and while breastfeeding.
In Australia, alcohol is the most used drug, and contributes to all the leading causes of death for young people.
Victoria's alcohol laws aim to minimise harm, protect the community and deter people from risky behaviour due to alcohol use. Penalties include fines, loss of licence and imprisonment.
While the relationship between alcohol consumption and obesity remains unclear, there are good reasons to think that alcohol may play a role.
Learn all about alcohol - includes standard drink size, health risks and effects, how to keep track of your drinking, binge drinking, how long it takes to leave the body, tips to lower intake.
Being young and fit doesn't reduce your risk of altitude sickness.
Amphetamines are stimulant drugs that speed up messages between the brain and body.
Prolonged misuse of steroids can cause liver damage and severe mood swings.
Well-managed anger can be a useful emotion that motivates you to make positive changes.
There are many people you can talk to who can help you overcome feelings of wanting to lash out.