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Canada’s low-risk drinking guidelines provide recommendations for Canadians who want to reduce their risk of long-term health effects or their risk of injury and harm due to alcohol intake. The percentage of individuals whose self-reported drinking exceeds the low-risk drinking guidelines is presented here.
It’s important to have a discussion with your doctor if you’re thinking about getting pregnant. To have the healthiest pregnancy and healthiest baby possible, take the time to discuss these nine questions with your doctor:
Rethink Your Drinking is a South West Ontario alcohol awareness campaign.
The campaign encourages males and females, in South West Ontario, aged 25 to 44 years that drink, to rethink the way they drink.
During the summer of 2012, the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) completed a bar-goer study of people who visited Windsor-Essex downtown bars.