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Young Australians drinking 'much less' than previous generations, study shows
by Patrick Wright
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29 June 2016
On 29 June 2016 ABC.net.au reported:
Young Australians are drinking about 50 per cent less alcohol than people the same age 10 years ago, new research shows. The study was led by Dr Michael Livingston from the Centre for Alcohol Policy Research at Melbourne's La Trobe University. Dr Livingston said the trend was evident across the world. 'We're seeing these results in other countries like Sweden, like the UK -- countries with different patterns and cultures,' he said.
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