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Commentary: Innovative Campus-Based Model Supports College Students in Recovery

Substance use remains highly prevalent on college campuses, which may lead young people in recovery to either defer or postpone college, or increase the risk of relapse if they do attend. But as substance use on college campuses became increasingly recognized as a public health issue, experts have called for campus-based services for recovering students.

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Teens Exposed to Growing Number of E-Cigarette Ads on TV: Study

Teens ages 12 to 17 were exposed to many new e-cigarette television ads between 2011 and 2013, a new study finds. Young people in this age group experienced a 256 percent jump in exposure to the ads during those years, according to NBC News.

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Suboxone Diversion Concerns Some Experts

Diversion of the opioid addiction treatment Suboxone concerns some experts, who say in some cases it may be a gateway drug to heroin or opioid use, The Christian Science Monitor reports.

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Newest E-Cigarette Craze: Vaporizers

Devices called vaporizers, which resemble large fountain pens, are quickly becoming a popular item among people using e-cigarettes, according to The Wall Street Journal.

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