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Alan Bersin, who served as a federal prosecutor in the Clinton administration, has been named the Obama administration’s ’border czar,’ the Associated Press reported April

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A bill that would give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) authority to regulate tobacco products has been approved by the House of Representatives

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The largest-ever federal cigarette tax increase, which adds 61.6 cents to the price of a pack this week, has left smokers feeling “picked on” by

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East Asians who have an enzyme deficiency that makes them flush when consuming alcohol appear to be at high risk of developing esophageal cancer if

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The U.S. Supreme Court will soon decide whether the desire to keep schools drug-free justified the strip search of a 13-year-old middle-school girl, the New

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Texas serves as a national model for providing addiction treatment and rehabilitation programs to prison inmates, but could do even more to cut recidivism rates

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New research suggests that middle-aged women who imbibe even one alcoholic drink a day have greater risks for developing breast, liver and rectum cancer, Health

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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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A new report issued by a coalition of public-health organizations says that Big Tobacco is targeting women and girls with aggressive marketing campaigns that only

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Some smokers may be willing to quit smoking if informed that secondhand smoke is causing harm to their pets, MSNBC reported Feb. 9. Researcher Sharon

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