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Drug policy experts led by Peter Reuter conclude in a new analysis that criminalization of marijuana has failed worldwide and called on governments to find

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New York City cannot use federal racketeering laws to force Internet tobacco sellers to hand over lists of buyers in the city who could be

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A bill that would prohibit smoking in most public places in Indiana has been approved in a 7-5 vote by the state legislature’s House Public

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Antismoking activists criticized the blockbuster film “Avatar” for depicting one of its central characters as a heavy smoker, but director James Cameron said the critics

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Most runaway teens return home on their own shortly after leaving, and few fit the stereotype of deeply troubled youth, according to researchers at UCLA. Science

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Almost 1,300 fewer Americans died in alcohol-related crashes last year than in 2007, and fatality rates dropped by 20 percent or more in Vermont, Wisconsin,

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Drinking coffee not only doesn’t sober you up when you are drunk but can make you reckless by imparting a false sense of sobriety, according

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The U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee has approved a bill that would ban the U.S. Postal Service from delivering cigarettes and other tobacco products — a

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The lousy U.S. job market has made it more urgent for workers with criminal convictions to seek to have their records purged so they can

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Can destroying cyber-cigarettes help smokers quit? Surprisingly, a new study says yes. The Los Angeles Times reported Nov. 4 that Canadian researchers found that 15

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