Nick McGlashan’s lowest point as an addict came last fall, while the “Deadliest Catch” cameras were rolling. “All I ever wanted to do was be a fisherman, and I lost that,” said McGlashan. “I lost the ability to work at sea because I forgot how to live on land.” Read his story here.
Dr. André Rosay is the head of the University of Alaska, Anchorage’s … Is there a relationship between alcohol and domestic violence in Alaska? Read more here.
Prepare for one of the most important conversations you may ever have with your kids about underage drinking with SAMHSA’s “Talk. They Hear You.” app. Read more here.
The state of Alaska is spending $3 million per year on beer. That fact won’t change until at least 2018. On Wednesday afternoon, the Alaska House Labor and Commerce Committee heard an analysis of a little-known tax break that benefits small breweries that sell beer in Alaska. Read more here.
The Virtual Bar uses the latest science to help you not only get a better understanding of how different factors affect your blood-alcohol concentration – or BAC – on an individual level, but also can help you see how your night could go depending on the food you eat, the water you drink throughout the […]
What to drink when you’re not drinking? Not so long ago the choice was very limited: tonic without the gin, perhaps? Lime and soda sans vodka? An oversweet fruity number? Or (yawn) another sparkling water? Perhaps it is no wonder that those of us of a certain age tend to be heavier drinkers than the […]
Are you committed to ending the devastating impacts of the excessive consumption of alcohol in our state? Recover Alaska is seeking a Program Manager who can play a key role in growing the initiative and help facilitate the collective success of Recover Alaska’s statewide effort by overseeing a wide range of financial responsibilities, communication systems, […]