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Alcohol - Get the Facts social media

Drug Info has just released a new video Alcohol – Get the Facts. 

The aim of the video is to educate the community about the long term effects of alcohol. Although the short-term effects are well known, the long-term effects are less commonly understood. The new video highlights some of the long-term effects, including an increased risk of some cancers, damage to body organs, heart and blood disorders, and work and relationship problems. It also provides sources of more information and where to get help.

 

Promoting the video on social media

We will be promoting the video on social media over the next few months, posting on the:

Please re-post on any of these platforms, or create your own posts using the text below. 

The video can be shared from YouTube. However, if you need a copy of the video for your own promotion (eg to use on your digital screen), please fill in this form. The video is available in widescreen and square formats, with and without captions. 

Text to use when promoting the video on social media

Post 1:
Get the facts about alcohol and where to get help and support by visiting Drug Info 
https://druginfo.sl.nsw.gov.au/alcohol and Your Room https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/a-z-of-drugs/Pages/alcohol.aspx

Post 2:
Did you know the effects of alcohol can last longer than a hangover? 
Get the facts about alcohol and where to get help and support by visiting Drug Info 
https://druginfo.sl.nsw.gov.au/alcohol and Your Room https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/a-z-of-drugs/Pages/alcohol.aspx

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Did you know that regularly drinking a lot of alcohol over time is likely to cause problems for your health and wellbeing? 
Get the facts about alcohol and where to get help and support by visiting Drug Info 
https://druginfo.sl.nsw.gov.au/alcohol and Your Room https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/a-z-of-drugs/Pages/alcohol.aspx

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Did you know that the damage from drinking can be chronic and permanent? Get the facts about alcohol and where to get help and support by visiting Drug Info https://druginfo.sl.nsw.gov.au/alcohol and Your Room https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/a-z-of-drugs/Pages/alcohol.aspx

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Did you know that alcohol can increase the risk of some cancers, damage your organs, and cause heart and blood disorders? 
Get the facts about alcohol and where to get help and support by visiting Drug Info https://druginfo.sl.nsw.gov.au/alcohol and Your Room https://yourroom.health.nsw.gov.au/a-z-of-drugs/Pages/alcohol.aspx