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October is National Medicine Abuse Awareness Month, a time to call attention to the dangers of prescription and over-the-counter medicine, which is a bigger problem than many people realize. According to surveys from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 20 percent of teens say they have taken a prescription drug without having a prescription for it themselves, and 5 percent report abusing over-the-counter cough medicine to get high.
Richard Capriola, who recently retired from his role as an addiction counselor at The Menninger Clinic in Houston, Tex., has just released a book titled, The Addicted Child: A Parent’s Guide to Adolescent Substance Abuse. The book and its accompanying workbook educate parents on everything from the types of drugs kids are abusing and what drug use does to the adolescent brain, to the kinds of treatment available for substance abuse. At the back of the book is an extensive list of resources that parents can tap into to find support for their child and the rest of the family.
RMA Publicity is happy to share news about another very successful media campaign. Six Twin Cities media outlets (KARE, WCCO, KSTP, TPT, Pioneer Press and White Bear Press) turned out for an Oct. 20 press conference featuring former Minnesota Governor Jesse Ventura and Brock Pierce, the Independent Party candidate for President of the United States. The event was held in a snow-packed parking lot in White Bear Lake.
Pierce focused on why he decided to run for President, and how much he loves America, while Ventura's speech focused on the importance of voting.
Learn more about Brock Pierce's campaign at Brock.vote.
Simple gestures have the power to make a huge difference, and on Oct. 21, a flower giveaway at The Waters of Plymouth senior living community had smiles on pretty much every resident's face.
A Bachman’s floral shop van filled with enough flowers for every resident of The Waters of Plymouth and five other Twin Cities senior living communities to keep one and give one away.
“This is such a wonderful, kind gift for The Waters,” said Lisa Bien Sinz, The Waters' Vice President of Marketing and Sales. “Our heartfelt thanks to Bachman’s.”
RMA Publicity was responsible for securing three media placements for the event: WCCO-TV (CBS) , KSTP-TV (ABC) and the MN Sun Sailor newspaper.
When the latest James Bond film was called off due to the pandemic, it came as a shock to movie lovers everywhere. And unfortunately it was just the first in a long string of movies that would either be cancelled or delayed in 2020. The ripple will be felt throughout 2021 and beyond. So what’s a movie lover to do this holiday season?
Self-proclaimed movie aficionado Anthony Puzzilla of La Plata, Maryland, which is about an hour south of Baltimore, is hoping those longing for big screen entertainment will instead want to focus on one of his passions.... revisiting some of the greatest movie moments of all time. He shared some of them during an Oct. 15 interview on WAVM-AM in Roanoke, Virginia. They came straight from his book, The 100 Greatest Scenes in Motion Picture History, which is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble.