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  •   Home > News > Health & Safety

    A Drug and Alcohol Review has found New Zealanders and Australians drink too much at home

    A Drug and Alcohol Review has found New Zealanders and Australians drink too much at home


    It reveals 74 per cent of alcohol consumed in harmful drinking situations, is drunk in private homes.

    Dangerous drinking is defined as more than six drinks for women and more than eight drinks for men.

    Massey University researcher and lead author Doctor Taisia Huckle says more attention needs to be paid to alcohol that's bought and taken home.

    She adds that's without reducing the focus on alcohol that comes from bars and nightclubs.

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