As more states move to ban caffeinated alcoholic beverages, the evidence on the health risks associated with combining energy drinks and alcohol continues to grow.
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The Supreme Court refused to hear a case brought by student newspapers in Virginia challenging a state ban on alcohol advertising in their pages.
College students who consumed energy drinks weekly or daily had an increased risk of alcohol dependence, a recent study finds.
Graphic pictorial warnings on cigarette packaging may be effective in getting smokers to quit, a new study finds.
Representatives from over 171 countries have agreed to new guidelines recommending that tobacco companies reveal the ingredients in their products and restricting or banning tobacco additives.
The Partnership at Drugfree.org has launched a multi-media prevention campaign in Latino communities, urging parents to talk with their children about alcohol and drugs.
After three federal agencies acted together on Nov. 17 to shut down caffeinated alcoholic beverages, public health advocates are now looking to state and local governmental authorities to enforce the rulings and pressure retailers and distributors to quickly get the drinks off the market.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) simultaneously notified makers of caffeinated alcoholic beverages that such products are unsafe, unapproved, and misleadingly marketed.
Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) wants Congress to authorize $60 million over five years to pay for the development of a device — called the Driver Alcohol Detection System for Safety or DADSS — that would lock the ignition for drivers with a blood alcohol level above the legal limit.
Marin Institute launches its third annual anti-alcohol-advertising contest at FreeTheBowl.com. This yearâ€™s theme, 'Free the Bowl from Beer Ads,' seeks original, 'performance art' counter-beer-ads from youth and young adults ages 10-20.