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About 70 percent of the alcohol consumed by a group of problem drinkers in Scotland had been bought at a discount, according to a study

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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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Union, Mo., just became the second town in the U.S. to pass a law that requires a prescription to buy (formerly) over-the-counter cold and allergy

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Adult drug treatment courts in 44 communities nationally will be expanded thanks to $38.2 million in grants recently awarded by the Substance Abuse and Mental

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The Marin Institute is calling on Facebook to stop accepting paid ads for alcoholic beverages and to ban alcohol-related pages, applications and events, citing a

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A tobacco-shop owner in Brookline, N.H., who has two roll-your-own tobacco machines for customer use is being sued by the state as a “cigarette manufacturer,”

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Internet-based counseling conducted in real time with text messaging and other modern communication tools can be just as effective as face-to-face meetings with a counselor,

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Teenagers in the U.K. are more likely to get drunk than those in other industrialized nations, according to a new report from the Organization for

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A trio of alternative drug products that promise a “legal high” in lieu of taking drugs like marijuana, amphetamines and GHB will soon be banned

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Brain damage caused by excessive drinking can impair the ability to read facial expressions and blunt emotions even among those in long-term recovery from alcoholism,

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