Australians are drinking more than a decade ago. Tweet Facebook Mail Australians aged 15 to 19 are drinking significantly more alcohol than adults, say researchers.They also found Australians generally are drinking more than they were in 2001 and, while women consume much less than men, the gap is narrowing.Farhat Yusuf and Stephen Leeder, from the University of Sydney, pointed out their finding of an increased alcohol consumption trend contrasted with an Australian Institute of Health and Welfare survey that found a decline in recent years.This may be because of methodological differences in the surveys, they say in their paper published in the Medical Journal of Australia.Professor Yusuf and Emeritus Professor Leeder compared data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics' national health surveys conducted in 2001 and 2011-2012.The weighted average daily alcohol intake increased by 13 percent between the two surveys, from a mean of 3.9 standard drinks in 2001 to 4.3.Consumption among men increased from 4.7 to 5.0 standard drinks, and for women from 2.8 to 3.4.RelatedCoronavirus: Victoria to lockdown COVID-19 hotspots amid state's outbreak spikePlanes diverted, roads watched,
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