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Success story: Saying au revoir to the hangover [ 100% ]

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There is no doubt that drinking is part of Australian culture. BBQs and beer go together like meringue, cream and some kind of fruit; like Kylie and Jason; like Skippy and people down wells. Which is why it's understandable that the link between alcohol and cancer isn't a popular message. But even moderate amounts of alcohol increases the risk of cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, oesophagus, liver, breast and bowel. However, at CYCR we're optimistic, we feel there could be a bit of a change in the air.

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Success story: Through thinking about his drinking Richard has lost 20kg [ 17% ]

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Richard was always very active when he was younger but as a young adult he slipped into some bad habits, which resulted in him putting on weight. In 2007 Richard went to London for a couple of months. He took the opportunity to make some changes. One of which was cutting back on drinking.

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How to stick to your New Year's resolution to quit smoking [ 16% ]

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If you made a New Year's Resolution to quit smoking and you're struggling to stay motivated, there are things you can do to help get you back on track.

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How to: Recognise what's driving you to drink [ 15% ]

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Around 41% of Australian adults drink weekly. And around half of those who drink alcohol do so at levels that put them at higher risk of alcohol-related harm in the short term (falling over, getting into a fight) and about a quarter at levels that put them at higher risk of long-term harm (chronic disease such as cancer).

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Limit alcohol [ 14% ]

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To reduce your risk of cancer, limit your intake of alcohol, or better still, avoid it altogether.

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