The most common reasons for drug-related deaths in the United States and Australia were driving under the influence, alcohol, and drugs and alcohol abuse.
In Australia, these were the leading causes of death for both young and old.
This is not to say that drugs are not the main cause of drug-induced death in Australia, of course, but there are other contributing factors, such as poor housing conditions, poor education, poverty, and violence.
This is why we have a focus on education, housing, and health.
Australia has the lowest incidence of drug overdoses among OECD countries, which is a good thing.
Drug-related fatalities are also lower in Australia than they are in the US.
This can be partly attributed to better access to treatment and less stigma.
However, the real story is more complicated.
It is also partly because of the fact that drug use and misuse are much more prevalent in Australia.
Drug users in Australia have higher rates of hospitalisation, more serious illnesses, and more serious drug use than drug users in the USA.
These numbers are similar to the rates in the UK, where drug-use and misuse is much more common.
Australia’s drug use rate is also much higher than the US’s, and these statistics are even higher in the States, which has more drug-using people.
Drug users are also much more likely to live in poor and rural areas.
In contrast, drug users are more likely in the more urbanised areas of the US and Australia.
In addition, drug-user deaths are far more likely among people who inject drugs than drug-users in Australia (though some studies suggest that injecting drug users have more drug use problems).
It’s clear that Australia’s problems with drug-associated deaths are partly a consequence of its drug use problem.
But what can we do about it?
Australia has been a model for countries to reform their drug policies in recent years.
It’s been quite successful.
The last federal government had a strong and long-lasting policy, in the form of the Australian National Drug Strategy.
It made significant progress, and was eventually implemented in 2016.
The strategy set a clear target for reducing the number of deaths caused by drugs in Australia by at least 25% by 2025.
This goal is now being achieved.
The drug strategy is still in place, and is still working.
The Australian National Drugs Strategy also sets a target for improving access to health care services for drug users.
In terms of prevention, Australia’s policies towards drug use are also working.
In 2016, the Australian Government announced an ambitious target of reducing drug-attributable deaths by 25% over the next four years.
In 2018, they announced a further reduction target of 25% and the target is now 20% in 2019 and 2024.
Australia’s policy is very effective.
These are all positive steps.
However, the policy that is working the best is the policy of the Coalition Government.
The Coalition Government is committed to drug harm reduction, which means they have set a target of 20% reduction in drug-specific deaths in 2025.
In 2019, the Coalition has also set a similar target for achieving the 25% reduction target.
In 2020, they set a 25% target for 20% of all drug-injured Australians to receive drug-immediate treatment.
They also have a new drug harm-reduction strategy, called the New Drug Strategy, which includes several other policies.
If the Coalition is successful in its goal of 25%, Australia’s rates of drug deaths will likely increase in the next decade.
If they are not, they will have to make changes to their drug-treatment policies.