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Drugs touch people's lives in so many ways. The FADE website is here to help you, your family, friends, workmates and the community you choose to be part of.

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26th August 2014
Smoking during pregnancy can affect the growth of a woman's future grandchildren, a new study has warned. Researchers have found that if a maternal grandmother smoked during pregnancy, her grandsons became heavier than expected during adolescence, But the study also found those grandsons had better cardiovascular fitness.
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31st July 2014
Legislation to lower adult drink-driving limits from December 1 has passed its final reading in Parliament. The Land Transport Amendment Bill 2013 will lower the adult breath alcohol limit from 400mcg of alcohol per litre of breath, to 250mcg. The blood alcohol limit will reduce from 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood, to 50mg. “Changes delivered by this legislation will save lives and reduce injuries, and they demonstrate the government’s commitment to improving road safety,” Transport Minister Gerry Brownlee said.
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2013 Resource Catalogue Now Available

The 2013 Resource Catalogue is now available. Download your copy here or get in touch by email and we'll send you a copy. Ordering resources is easy. Either, fax your order using the order form sent with the 2013 Catalogue, or email your requirements to colin@fade.org.nz and it will be actioned the same day.  The Foundation continues to distribute a wide range of resources to New Zealand secondary schools.   Clearly FADE's resources are well used and meet the demands of the New Zealand curriculum. Get in touch if you need any help at all.

 

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