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Substance Misuse Linked to Suicidal Behaviors
13 April

A study led by the University of Massachusetts Medical School finds that suicidal behaviors are linked to substance misuse. The

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College Students Drinking Habits Change Throughout the Year
12 April

A study published in Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research finds college students’ drinking habits fluctuate throughout the year. Researchers on

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National Alcohol Screening Day
7 April

In hopes of detecting signs and symptoms of substance use disorders such as alcoholism, April 7th has been named National

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Drama Therapy in Addiction Recovery
5 April

For some in addiction recovery, their go-to therapy is journaling. For others, it is art or music. But now, a

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We Made a Promise
4 April

Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist Sobriety is not just about not drinking or doing drugs anymore. We know this,

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Alcohol Awareness Month 2016
1 April

Today, April 1st, marks the start of Alcohol Awareness Month 2016. Since 1987, this public awareness month is sponsored by

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Spring Break and Binge Drinking
29 March

For college students, spring break is an entire week of worry-free partying. Many students use this week to take a

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New York State to Move to Electronic Prescriptions
24 March

Beginning next week, New York physicians will have to say goodbye to their prescription pads and hello to electronic prescriptions.

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Scent of Alcohol Can Change Behaviors
22 March

The smell of alcohol can cause people to lose their self-control and change their behaviors, according to a new study

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Happy (Sober) St. Patrick’s Day
17 March

St. Patrick’s Day began as a religious holiday celebrating the patron saint of Ireland who died in 460 A.D. Over

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