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October 15, 2003
A Matter of Degree Advocacy Initiative: Case Histories in Reducing High-Risk Drinking Among College Students - Universities and community groups can work together to change local public policies to reduce alcohol problems.
September 11, 2003
"The Institute of Medicine and National Research Council have released a landmark study, "Reducing Underage Drinking: A Collective Responsibility." The American Medical Association's Office of Alcohol and Other Drug Use has developed a tool kit to assist local coalitions and advocates in taking the study's recommendations and advancing local and state policy and prevention initiatives."
June 11, 2003
Lessons Learned from National Effort to Reduce High-risk Drinking Among College Students — AMOD Partnerships Share Their Experiences
web cast
December 9, 2002
Underage Drinkers at Higher Risk of Brain Damage than Adults, American Medical Association Report Reveals — AMA Challenges Television Networks and Cable TV to Stop Airing Alcohol Ads to Youth
brain scans
March 26, 2002
A Matter of Degree (AMOD) Calls on National Association of State Universities and Land Grant Colleges (NASULGC) to End Partnership with Anheuser-Busch in NCAA Ad Campaign Featuring University Mascots

mascot with beer

March 7, 2002
AMA Poll Finds Parents Very Concerned about High-Risk Drinking; 73% Agree that Alcohol Producers Should End their Association with Spring Break

spring break alert

February and March, 2002
Television Advertising and Hard Liquor — A Dangerous Cocktail For Our Children. Attention Parents: Youth and Alcohol - The Sobering Facts

liquor free TV

August 29, 2001
Binge Drinking a Top Concern for Parents as Students Head Back to College — New American Medical Association Survey Finds Overwhelming Support for Strong Measures to Reduce High-Risk Drinking; Releases Checklist to Help Parents Assess their Child's Risk

ama poll