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Demonstrate understanding of issues to make health-enhancing decisions in drug-related situations
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A new study suggests alcohol is more harmful than heroin or crack

Scoring drugs

Scoring drugs "A new study suggests alcohol is more harmful than heroin or crack.

Operation Summer: Auckland police out in numbers to reduce booze-fuelled harm

Police lay charges after South Auckland death - New Zealand Herald

At least 50 babies exposed to P in the womb are born at Auckland City Hospital…

At least 50 babies exposed to P in the womb are born at Auckland City Hospital every year - a figure touted to be the 'tip of the iceberg'.

Teenagers drinking alcohol

Alcohol 'more harmful than heroin or crack'

A large segment of our society won’t know what “dry drunk” means, and that’s a good thing. However, the bad thing about this label is how perfectly “dry drunk” …

A Dunedin grandfather convicted of supplying alcohol to two minors says he would never buy alcohol for anyone again.

A Dunedin grandfather convicted of supplying alcohol to two minors says he would never buy alcohol for anyone again.

To get on top of toxic drugs, NZ needs to decriminalise them.

To get on top of toxic drugs, NZ needs to decriminalise them.

The once-cool appeal of smoking to teens now appears to have been stubbed out.

More Kiwi teens talking mates out of smoking

Covert drug testing at Kiwi music festivals finds revellers are taking dodgy narcotics.

Covert drug testing at Kiwi music festivals finds revellers are taking dodgy narcotics.

• Dr Jarrod Gilbert is a sociologist at the University of Canterbury and the lead researcher at Independent Research Solutions. He specialises in research with practical applications - The Country

• Dr Jarrod Gilbert is a sociologist at the University of Canterbury and the lead researcher at Independent Research Solutions. He specialises in research with practical applications - The Country

Methamphetamine crept into her children's lives, turning her daughter into a zombie. - New Zealand Herald

Meth abuse key reason grandparents are raising grandchildren

Health professionals are right that the only proper solution is a change to New Zealand's drinking culture. Photo / File

A motion blurred photograph of a child patient on stretcher or gurney being pushed at speed through a hospital corridor by doctors & nurses to an accident and emergency room

One in four ED patients are affected by alcohol, a survey shows. Photo / 123RF

One in four ED patients are affected by alcohol, a survey shows.

Female Maori and Pacific smokers are less physically hooked than NZ European/other female smokers.

Picture of Closeup of cigarette on ashtray with a beautiful wisp of smoke stock photo, images and stock photography.

The smell of summer is in the air, heralding holidays in the Far North of white-sand beaches and glittering blue seas. - The Country

Methamphetamine back with a vengeance in the postcard-perfect Far North

A party advertised on Facebook urged under-aged teens to bring permission slips from a parent to let them drink their own alcohol. - New Zealand Herald

A party advertised on Facebook urged under-aged teens to bring permission slips from a parent to let them drink their own alcohol. - New Zealand Herald

Methamphetamine addicts are flooding New Zealand's rehab services, with some reporting an 80 per cent surge in demand for services in the last six months. - New Zealand Herald

new data shows the number of Aussie methamphetamine users killed has doubled in six years - New Zealand Herald: New Zealand Herald…

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