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Researchers say that young men who smoke marijuana weekly, or who have smoked from their teen years on, face twice the risk of developing nonseminona,

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Guinness UK has announced that it will start displaying on glasses the number of standard units of alcohol contained in a pint of the company’s

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Virginia officials recently awarded $650,000 in grants to addiction treatment and prevention programs, distributing money from a settlement with the makers of the powerful painkiller

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Up to 90 percent of patients in publicly funded treatment programs in Utah are at or below the poverty line, yet may soon face the

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Marijuana is a staple product for Mexico’s violent drug cartels, and traffickers are increasingly growing pot inside the U.S. to avoid getting caught smuggling at

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Evidence is “statistically overwhelming” that communities can reduce alcohol consumption by raising alcohol taxes, according to a report from University of Florida researcher Alexander C.

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Charities are used to companies cutting back grants during tough economic times, but the current recession also is putting a bite on corporate matching-gift programs.

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CSPI Study Reveals More Beer Ads, Lax Policies than Other Televised Sporting Events Despite its claim that the National Collegiate Athletic Association has the most

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Aggressive action against the tobacco industry is expected to gather steam with the arrival of the new Congress and the beginning of the Obama administration, the

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