RMA-Episode 25 Show Notes:
This week we welcome Erin Moore back to the program to talk about alcohol marketing and treatment from a woman’s perspective. What’s up with the “pinkening” of alcohol advertisements and mommy wine culture? Are women at more risk of alcohol-related health issues than men? Tune in to find out. Also, Nat recounts that time he got drunk at a superbowl party with his sponsor and the boys get through another week without drinking.
Plus, the weekly round-up, Recovery in the News, (The boss has been drinking Down by the river), and the Week in Weird (more mystery monoliths), on a freshly packed powdered episode of Recovery in the Middle Ages.
You can reach Erin Moore at www.fallingphoenix.com
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