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The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has awarded $15.3 million in grants for expanding addiction treatment capacity “in communities that can most

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The federal government wants to leverage interest and investment in vaccine development to get pharmaceutical companies to develop drugs that could “inoculate” people against addiction

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Medical marijuana and healthcare reform are both hot topics, but the odds are against medical-marijuana users getting reimbursed by their health plans for purchases of

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Add avoiding binge drinking to the list of things you can do to prevent catching the swine flu or other infectious diseases: new research shows

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Drug references are blossoming in popular culture and marijuana use has become increasingly mainstream in urban areas like Los Angeles, the Los Angeles Times reported

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Combat stress and behavioral-health problems were underlying causes in most cases where soldiers at a key Army base committed murder after returning from war zones,

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Living with an alcoholic father dramatically increases the risk of binge drinking among teenagers, according to new research from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services

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The National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD) is calling on House and Senate appropriators to increase funding of the federal addictions

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Rhode Island Gov. Donald L. Carcieri has vetoed legislation that would have allowed state-licensed centers to sell marijuana to registered patients with chronic and debilitating

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Health warnings placed on tobacco product packages are effective, but few countries have adopted an international treaty that mandates such warnings, UPI reported May 21.

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