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A new study indicates that regular attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings appears to have a positive impact on reducing drinking among women released from incarceration,

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A new study found the chemical by-products of tobacco smoke cling to the air and surfaces of smokers’ homes long after they’ve moved out, msnbc.com

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Emergency room (ER) visits related to underage drinking shot up over 250 percent on New Year’s Day 2009, according to a Substance Abuse and Mental

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A new report from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) reveals large regional shifts in rates of admissions to drug treatment between

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The R.J. Reynolds tobacco company is taking its dissolvable tobacco products off the shelves in its American test markets, according to a Dec. 17 email from

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Anti-smoking signs required by the city of New York have been barred by a district court judge because they violate the free speech rights of

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According to new research, spirituality may be a key part of what makes Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) effective, HealthDay reported Dec. 14. Investigators tracked 1,726 adults

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Researchers at UC San Diego analyzed 33 years of data and found that alcohol consumption could be a contributing factor in many incidents of sudden

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The United States government is cracking down on the sale of drugs over the internet without prescriptions, the BBC reported Dec. 17. Researchers estimate that

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King County, Washington, is proposing a ban on use of e-cigarettes in public places, in part because their use makes it difficult to enforce existing

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