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The Nevada Senate has voted in favor of legislation that would allow some taverns to permit smoking, a measure that could make Nevada the first

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is investigating manufacturers’ health claims about electronic cigarettes and deciding whether to ban the nicotine-delivery devices as the

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Screening and brief intervention (SBI) for addictions and other behavioral problems could save billions in healthcare costs if widely implemented as a component of national

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Lost productivity and treatment for mental illness, substance abuse and behavioral problems in American youth add up to $247 billion annually, according to a panel

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The former presidents of Colombia, Brazil and Mexico declared the war on drugs a failure and called for a meaningful debate on alternatives, including more

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The liquor industry experienced significant losses in revenue in 2008, with more people limiting their alcohol intake and fewer people drinking in bars and restaurants,

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The U.S. Supreme Court is set to decide whether allowing schools to conduct strip-searches is a reasonable way to prevent drug use in schools; the

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