Africans-American youth are exposed to higher levels of alcohol advertising than children and teens of other racial groups, according to a new study.
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Secondhand smoke has a major impact on the health of black Americans, a new study finds.
A New York judge said this week that police should be required to prove beverages cited in public drinking cases are alcoholic, through laboratory testing.
Researchers at Stanford University, who conducted the largest study to date of African-Americans’ genetics and smoking behavior, have found a genetic marker that influences smoking habits.
People who smoke both cigarettes and cigars are more likely to be young, African American, male, unemployed and have less education compared with cigarette-only smokers, according to a new study.
A family-centered prevention program can help deter substance use, conduct problems and depressive symptoms among rural African-American teens, a new study finds.
A new study finds widespread substance abuse among Native American, mixed-race and white teenagers.
A new study finds African-American women are more likely than men to stay with a type of substance abuse counseling called Motivational Enhancement Therapy. However, the women’s substance abuse issues continued, UPI reports.
Naltrexone, approved by the Food and Drug Administration as treatment for alcohol dependence, may be especially effective in people of Asian descent, a new study suggests.
Experts in the Chicago area say they are seeing more people facing drug addiction who are white, suburban and upper-middle class.