Top Five Myths About Alcohol

April is Alcohol Awareness Month: This year’s theme is “For the Health of It: Early Education on Alcoholism and Addiction.” As a clinician, I’m grateful for the emphasis on education and the chance to separate five top myths about alcohol from fact.

21 and Over: The Stupidest Drunk Movie Yet…or is it?

Unlike the characters in high-school-age predecessors like “Superbad,” the hooligans of “21 and Over” can legally drink. But these college-kid caricatures prove that legal drinking is certainly no better, safer, or healthier than underage consumption

Mid-Atlantic Region Hosts Breakfast Event

Phoenix Houses of the Mid-Atlantic recently held a breakfast celebration, featuring Benjamin Tucker, Deputy Director of ONDCP and Sofia, an inspirational Phoenix House graduate. Over 120 guests attended this early morning event.

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College Sports: Tapping Kegs Isn’t the Answer

Sure, selling beer at college sporting events may generate a million dollars in revenue, but it will come at a huge cost to the students, their parents, and the community. Colleges should be working to prevent drinking on campus—not taking steps to