MN Has 5th-Highest Level Of Binge Drinking In US

Source: http://bringmethenews.com/2015/04/24/mn-has-5th-highest-level-of-binge-drinking-in-us-which-county-is-highest/   MN has 5th-highest level of binge drinking in US – which county is highest? April 24, 2015 By Adam Uren   Minnesota has the fifth-highest rate of binge drinking in the United States, a study has found, with North Dakota and Wisconsin home to the nation’s biggest drinkers. A study of alcohol…
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Prom Prevention Messages W/ Coat & Tie

This year, Coat & Tie who operates out of the Kandi Mall in Willmar, again partnered with us to provide prevention messages to the prom-goers who have rented from them.  A huge thank you to Duane, owner of Coat & Tie for working with us again.  Here is Duane inserting a prom insert into a…
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Study Finds Teens Who Use Marijuana Heavily Have Poor Memories And Brain Abnormalities

Study Finds Teens Who Use Marijuana Heavily Have Poor Memories and Brain Abnormalities A new study by Chicago’s Northwestern University found that teens who use marijuana heavily grow up to have poor memories and also have brain abnormalities, suggesting there could be long-term effects of heavy marijuana use. Researchers evaluated 97 volunteers with and without…
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The Kandiyohi County Drug Free Communities (DFC) Coalition Receives $50,000 From The Otto Bremer Foundation To Continue The Work Of Drug Prevention.

The Kandiyohi County Drug Free Communities (DFC) Coalition today announced that its drug prevention coalition received a $50,000 grant from the Otto Bremer Foundation. The grant allows to the Kandiyohi County Drug Free Communities (DFC) Coalition to continue its work to reduce alcohol use by underage youth; reduce tobacco, e-cigarette, and nicotine use; intensify efforts…
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Palcohol

What is Palcohol and why should we care?   Alaska, Delaware, Louisiana, South Carolina and Vermont already have banned powdered alcohol, also known as “Palcohol.” Minnesota, Ohio, New York and Colorado also are considering bans, Lawmakers in a growing number of states are considering banning powdered alcohol, a product that thankfully has not yet arrived…
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