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Three workshops for groups interesting in applying for the next round of Drug Free Communities (DFC) Grants have been scheduled to take place within the

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An evaluation of the online screening tool CheckYourDrinking.net found that problem drinkers reduced their alcohol consumption by 30 percent at three- and six-month followups —

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Amish residents of Ohio have lower rates of both tobacco-related cancer and other types of cancers than other state residents, according to researchers at Ohio

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Research shows that whites are more likely to smoke marijuana than members of minority groups, but 87 percent of those arrested in New York City

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The New York City health department is distributing a guide to safer injection practices to thousands of heroin addicts, UPI reported Jan. 3. The 70,000

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Boys with a history of juvenile delinquency as youths not only had more problems with addiction and mental illness later in life but also were

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A new study from Europe finds that highly educated professional women are the heaviest and most frequent female drinkers, Politics Daily reported Dec. 21. Researchers

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Smoking from a hookah, or waterpipe, has become trendy among college-age Americans, in part because of the belief that hookahs are a safer alternative to

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The U.S. Department of Homeland Security is increasing its use of unmanned aerial drones to help track drug smugglers along the Mexican and Canadian borders,

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Alcohol, tobacco and other drug use are serious problems in the U.S., but American teens are far from world leaders when it comes to smoking

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