WASHINGTON, DC — Three-time Olympic medalist and U.S.
WASHINGTON, DC—Today, The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility announced its 2012 Leadership Awards, recognizing the following Members of Congress for their strong leadership on drunk driving and underage drinking:
World Champion Sprinter Tyson Gay Joins Educators and The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility to Promote the Benefits of Staying Active in School
WASHINGTON, DC — Research from Harvard Medical School’s Dr. John Ratey shows that for a person’s brain to function at its peak; the body needs to move. Dr.
Newly Released CDC Data Finds Drunk Driving Among High School Students Has Dramatically Declined by 54%
WASHINGTON, DC–Educating students about the dangerous consequences of drunk driving and underage drinking is paying off. A new analysis from the
Shaquille O’Neal Speaks to Members of Congress on The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility’s Efforts to Fight College Binge Drinking
WASHINGTON, DC–Today, basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal, Ed.D. joined The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility on Capitol Hill to meet with Members of Congress and their top staffers. Dr.
World Champion Sprinter and Olympian Tyson Gay brings Ask, Listen, Learn to Sylvan Hills Middle School
ATLANTA — Today, Olympic Sprinter Tyson Gay encouraged students at Sylvan Hills Middle School to “say ‘YES’ to a healthy lifestyle and ‘NO’ to
The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility provides grant to further explore alcohol intervention via text messaging
Arlington, VA — The Foundation for Advancing Alcohol Responsibility announced it will award a second grant to a team of researchers at the University of Pittsburgh’s Department of Emergency Medicine to further investigate the use of mobile phone text messaging as an
Inaugural Julie Foudy “Choose to Matter” Contest Grand Prize Winners Serve as Youth Ambassadors for McDonald’s Champions of Play
SAN CLEMENTE, Calif. — An all-expense-paid trip to London, England for the London 2012 Olympic Games may seem like a dream to some, but for one group of extraordinary young women, that dream has become a reality that they earned through hard work and dedication.