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Parents’ decision to make their apartment or townhome unit a smoke-free zone might not offer their children enough protection from tobacco exposure, suggests a study

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Babies born to opioid-dependent women treated with burprenorphine during pregnancy had significantly fewer withdrawal symptoms than those born to women treated with methadone, according to

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Philadelphia has higher-than-average rates of underage smoking and has launched a program to combat it, USA Today reported Dec. 2. According to a 2009 survey

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A new study found veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) who smoke have an easier time quitting when smoking cessation and PTSD treatment are combined,

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The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) wants states to make drivers caught with high blood alcohol concentrations or repeat drunk driving offenses a high priority,

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New research indicates more than 60 percent of Americans with drinking problems do not seek help due to the stigma of alcoholism, UPI reported Dec.

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The country’s largest maker of smokeless tobacco has reached a $5 million settlement after being sued by the family of a 42-year-old man who died

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New Jersey governor Chris Christie reached a compromise with medical marijuana supporters, paving the way for sales of marijuana to the state’s “seriously ill” patients

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A federal court has ruled that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) can only regulate e-cigarettes as tobacco products and not as drug-delivery devices, even

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A cheap chewing tobacco product in India, popular among children and young people, has made India the world’s leader in oral cancer – and the

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