Hangovers put sufferers at risk of cardiac, neurological and psychiatric problems and cost society about $148 billion a year.
Tobacco company Philip Morris announced that it will cease placing ads in about 40 magazines that have a significant youth readership.
PMA, a new designer drug that is sometimes substituted for ecstasy, is being blamed for a number of deaths among young clubgoers.
A periodic newsletter full of fund-raising tips and information, published by consultant Simone P. Joyaux, ACFRE.
Heavier drinking, tougher law enforcement and better reporting caused alcohol-related arrest rates on college campuses to shoot up 24.3 percent last year.
A survey of Oregon residents claims that illegal drug abuse is significantly increasing in the state, with more Oregonians abusing illicit drugs than alcohol.
Research has found that physicians may be apprehensive about screening and counseling their patients on the risks of alcoholism because of insurance concerns.
In a camapign to ban tobacco ads, the World Health Organization (WHO)accused the tobacco industry of systematically spreading death.
Saying its initiative has turned sour, an advocacy group has dropped its support of an Arizona ballot measure that would legalize marijuana for medical use.
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