Study: Young Women More at Risk with Alcohol than Men

The McCusker Centre for Action on Alcohol and St Johns Ambulance in WA, released results suggesting that young women, mainly between the ages of 12-17, were requiring more urgent medical assistance for alcohol intoxication than men.

The results followed from a review of 2016’s state-wide study on ambulance call-outs, assisting those with alcohol intoxication.

With the nation-wide studies suggesting that alcohol consumption is decreasing, this contradictions of results and statistics drills home the idea that Australians still need to be responsible around alcohol.

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