New Year, New Habits?

by Leah on January 14, 2019

Happy 2019! It’s been a while, and we are excited to share information about a new campaign called “Happy Hour Fatigue” on the website, Healthline. This campaign examines the consequences drinking habits can have on our liver and overall health, with tips for people who are sober, sober-curious, or just working on moderating their drinking in the new year.

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Balancing the Risks & Benefits of Alcohol

by Caren May 23, 2015

The questions and answers about the pros and cons of drinking alcohol have been debated throughout history. How do we define moderation? Why does how much we drink and when (aka drinking patterns) matter? Why do the French, consumers of lots of wine, butter and cheese have lower cardiovascular disease than most? What’s the connection between alcohol and […]

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The College Party That’s Actually Sober

by Caren March 4, 2015

I drank plenty in college. Now I have two kids in college, a freshman and a senior, and I know they are doing the same. Rite of passage, way to unwind, liquid courage, social bonding–whatever the reason, legal or not, there is plenty of boozing taking place on college campuses across the country. Hard to […]

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And the winner is…

by Caren February 18, 2015

Thanks to those of you who submitted comments for our book giveaway. The winner of the copy of Sweet Survival: Tales of Cooking & Coping by Laura Zinn Fromm is SORI SCOTT.

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Book Giveaway: “Sweet Survival: Tales of Cooking & Coping”

by Caren February 11, 2015

The recently published book, Sweet Survival: Tales of Cooking & Coping (Greenpoint Press), by Laura Zinn Fromm, is a collection of essays that is part memoir, part cookbook. Trying to find comfort in a family fraught with mental illness, Laura weaves together stories about food and family, food and friendship, food and pain, food and life. […]

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