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JT Weekly- Other Headlines of Interest

Top headlines of the week from Friday, February 21- Thursday, February 27, 2014.

3 Easy Ways to Support Join Together

Join Together has been the nation’s leader in providing free, high-quality addiction prevention and treatment information to communities nationwide for more than 20 years. Your loyal support ensures that we can continue to deliver this valuable service, but we need your help.

8th Annual INEBRIA Conference

In 2011, the International Network on Brief Interventions for Alcohol Problems (INEBRIA)
will hold its annual conference in the U.S. for the first time. Abstract, workshop and symposium submissions are due Monday, May 30th.

CADCA’S 2011 Mid-Year Training Institute

Sign up for CADCA’s 2011 Mid-Year Training Institute in Anaheim, CA on July 24-28.

NIATx Summit and The State Associations of Addiction Services National Conference

Register now for the NIATx Summit and The State Associations of Addiction Services National Conference in Boston, July 10-13.

Sixth Annual National Summit on Smokeless and Spit Tobacco

Participate in the Sixth Annual National Summit on Smokeless and Spit Tobacco May 10-12 in Austin, TX.

FTC to Review Alcohol Marketing Compliance, Seeks Public Comment

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) will once again review the effectiveness of the alcohol industry's voluntary marketing guidelines, taking an especially close look at the credibility of age registrations in social media advertising. The agency invites public comment until April 26.

Breast Cancer Rates Lower for Women in Smoke-Free Homes, Workplaces

A new analysis supports past studies showing that women who live and work in smoke-free environments are less likely to develop breast cancer.

Visitors to ER for Medication Reactions Mostly Over 50

Americans 50 and over are more likely to end up in the emergency room seeking treatment for adverse reactions to medication.

FDA Says Star's Tobacco Lozenges Not Subject to Regulation

Star Scientific Inc. said it can now market its dissolvable tobacco lozenges because the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has determined that its products are not subject to the federal law regulating tobacco.

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