References

Information in this website was drawn from a number of sources including:

Ministry of Justice, New Zealand www.justice.govt.nz
Information relating to the Sale of Liquor Act and the influence of parents in determining teenage attitudes to drinking and drinking behaviour.

Ministry of Health, New Zealand www.health.govt.nz
Data on New Zealanders’ alcohol consumption patterns, and information relating to breastfeeding.

Alcohol Advisory Council, New Zealand www.alac.org.nz
Low risk drinking advice, responsible hosting tips, expert guidelines for daily and weekly alcohol consumption, and standard drinks information.

DrinkWise, Australia www.drinkwise.org.au,
Drink Aware, UK www.drinkaware.co.uk and
Alcohol in Moderation, European Union www.aim-digest.com
DrinkWise, Drink Aware and Alcohol in Moderation were all sources of information relating to the physiology of drinking, drinker self-management techniques, responsible hosting, and how parents can effectively address alcohol with their teenagers.

Australian Breastfeeding Association www.breastfeeding.asn.au
Information relating to alcohol and breastfeeding.

World Health Organisation www.who.int
Information about the effects of alcohol on the brain, and the impact of environmental factors in determining teenage attitudes to alcohol and drinking behavior.

Dietitian’s Association of Australia www.daa.asn.au
Summary of international research from the past decade into the food-diet-health-disease inter-relationship, prepared for the Australian government.