More prescription drugs have received black-box safety warnings since a law designed to speed the drug approval process was passed in 1992, according to a new study.
Drinking problems in returning U.S. National Guard soldiers are more likely to be caused by civilian life, rather than wartime experiences, according to new research.
Under a new law in Tennessee, welfare applicants must declare any prior history of drug use, NPR reports.
Millions more young adults are receiving treatment for mental health problems because their parents can keep them on the family health insurance plan under the Affordable Care Act, a new study concludes.
Colorado officials are considering stricter rules for marijuana edible products such as candies, cookies and brownies, USA Today reports.
A growing number of teen athletes are abusing prescription painkillers, according to a new study. Football players are more likely than other athletes to abuse prescription painkillers, HealthDay reports.
California voters will decide this November whether doctors in their state will have to submit to random drug and alcohol tests.
A Senate bill sponsored by a Democrat and Republican who are normally on opposite ends of the political spectrum aims to help low-level drug offenders re-enter society. New Jersey Senator Cory Booker, a Democrat, and Kentucky Senator Rand Paul, a Republican, are co-sponsors of The REDEEM Act.
Many homeowners’ associations are dealing with conflicts among neighbors about marijuana use, in states where the drug is legal for medical or recreational use, the Associated Press reports.
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