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Alcoholic Beverages

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  • Sceptics argue that the reduction in risk is attributed to a favourable lifestyle factor associated with moderate alcohol consumption, or that it may be attributed to constituents of alcoholic beverages other than ethanol, such as the antioxidants in the grapes [6].
  • The present paper describes the debate in Australia over whether flour and alcoholic beverages should be fortified with thiamin, in an attempt to prevent Wernicke's encephalopathy and thus Korsakoff's psychosis [7].
  • Important other factors include the advent of the Australian National Campaign against Drug Abuse (which crucially included alcohol on its agenda), some erosion of the alcoholic beverage producers political status, declining per capita consumption, and an increase in media reporting on alcohol and drug issues [8].

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