The HBSC study is a 4 yearly, cross-national survey in over 40 countries, conducted in collaboration with the World Health Organization Regional Office for Europe.
Prevention Update: Search Result
More results are now available from the Global Burden of Disease, a comprehensive measure of the impact of hundreds of diseases, injuries, and risk factors since 1990, including drug use.
This report examines health and well-being of young Australians. Some of the factors examined include alcohol, tobacco and illicit drug use.
A new portrait of young Australians shows they are better educated and smoking less but are increasingly overweight, using illicit drugs and drinking at risky levels.
International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) has warned of the increase in use and abuse of 'legal highs' that represent a threat to public health.
International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) has warned of the increase in use and abuse of 'legal highs' that are easily available over the Internet and that represent a threat to public health.