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Guest Blog: Rhode Island Hospital Joins Growing Group Offering Fellowships in Addiction Medicine

In March, Providence’s Rhode Island Hospital announced the launch of a fellowship program in addiction medicine, joining the ranks of 26 other fellowship programs accredited by the American Board of Addiction Medicine Foundation (ABAMF). These programs fill a tremendous gap in care and help foster a more integrative health care system for patients and providers alike.

Will Dartmouth’s New Policy Curb the Binge Drinking Problem on Campus?

A small handful of colleges and universities have taken steps in recent years to proactively address the issue of binge drinking on their campus. As of last Thursday, Dartmouth College joined other schools on a short list of academic institutions that no longer allow hard alcohol on campus, even for undergraduates above the legal drinking age of 21.

Calorie Counts: Coming To A Cocktail Near You

In November 2014, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced a new policy that will require food establishments with over 20 locations to start posting the amount of calories in the food they sell. Although this is just one of many recent efforts made in the fight against the obesity epidemic, this policy takes a broader approach to the problem - requiring that the total calories in purchasable alcoholic beverages also be posted on menus for consumers.

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