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    • Drinking to Cope with Parenthood Has Reached “Meme” Status We’ve recently noticed – and perhaps you have too – a lot of internet memes, Instagram photos, ads, merchandise, and even events that make light of drinking to deal with the challenges of parenthood. At first, we didn’t think too much of it and maybe even gave some of the jokes a little chuckle. But ... Read more
    • TST Working with Coalitions Across Texas   Summer may be a time for slowing down, but Texans Standing Tall is ramping up our work with coalitions across the state this season. Whether we’re traveling to the Rio Grande Valley for media training or headed to Tyler for stakeholder meetings, we’re focused on reaching prevention groups and helping them achieve their missions by working ... Read more

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    "What’s that, you say? Smoking can cause a loss of hearing?"

    That’s what a study published in the Journal of Nicotine and Tobacco Research points to. The good news is that quitting smoking can reverse the loss!