May
31
2012
We are very excited to be exhibiting at the 2012 American College Health Association conference this year.
May
31
2012
“It only takes a second to end a life.”
May
31
2012
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility works every day to fight drunk driving and prevent underage drinking.
May
30
2012
One 96-year-old Long Island resident started her Memorial Day off with a “bang!” No, not a “bang” from celebratory fireworks, but rather from a car ramming full-speed into her kitchen at four in the morning.
May
25
2012
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s office is located in the Washington DC area; which is a unique opportunity to appreciate the full experience of the Memorial Day holiday weekend.
May
24
2012
Middle school students feel pressure, or drama, from all angles.  Busy academic calendars, extracurricular activities, friend drama, and the added dimension of social media all falls on their shoulders.  It’s no surpri
May
24
2012
Sixteen-year-old Kaitlyn was a very unpleasant child. She came and went as she pleased. When she wasn’t ignoring her parents, she was nasty and swore a lot. All she wanted to do was hang out with her questionable and considerably older friends...
May
16
2012
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s President and CEO Ralph Blackman spoke at the National Transportation Safety Board’s (NTSB) Reaching Zero summit today.
May
15
2012
Teens and parents have similar perceptions on what is distracting and/or unsafe d
Dr Wolf
May
10
2012
From The Globe and Mail Samantha was getting ready for school. “Omigod, Mom! I left my good hairbrush at Trisha’s. Omigod.” “That’s too bad, dear. I guess you’ll have to use one of the others in the bathroom....
May
08
2012
This week two starkly different stories are emerging regarding crime and how it is dealt with.
May
07
2012
Saying “no” to underage drinking is part of leading a healthy lifestyle. I know this seems pretty simple but the happiest people are people who live a healthy lifestyle.
May
07
2012
We knew he was big.  That’s never been in doubt.  He stands seven feet, two inches tall and weighs more than three hundred pounds.
May
04
2012
We are pleased to announce the winners: The winning school for 5th grade is Abigail Vare Elementary School in Philadelphia, PA.
May
03
2012
The role technology plays in education is constantly evolving as educators and school administrators understand that the key to reaching students is to make learning engaging.  The Ask, Listen ,Learn (ALL) interactive game created by The Fou
May
02
2012
The South Arkansas Substance Abuse Primary Program developed the Smarter Sentencing Pilot Program (SSPP) to offer innovative pre-trial and pre-sentencing sanctions and services for DWI offenders.  SSPP aims to reduce felony convictions, incr
May
02
2012
During this month, National Physical Fitness and Sports Month, parents should embrace National Physical Education and Sport Week, May 1-7, as the perfect opportunity to help your child explore a variety of activities and determine what they would
May
01
2012
I Know Everything.
May
01
2012
Teaching students how to integrate physical activity and nutrition in their daily lives is the focus of my Physical Education curriculum. Over the course of a 30 year career, I have seen many changes in the youth I have been fortunate to teach.