CHICAGO - Food Marketing Institute is partnering with The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse at Columbia University, New York, to help publicize the importance of eating dinners at home with the family, and its apparent impact on curbing substance abuse among teenagers. Rush Russell, vice president and chief operating officer of CASA, presented statistics at the FMI show last week that indicated teens who eat dinner with their families on a regular basis are at almost half the ...
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