North Carolina’s statewide anti-tobacco media campaign, “Tobacco. Reality. Unfiltered” (TRU), has reached a record number of youth in the state and helped lower teen tobacco use,
Of all the answers offered at a recent conference on “How to Raise a Drug-Free Kid: The Straight Dope,” perhaps the one from Joseph A.
Residents of Tacoma, Wash.’s South End and East Side say that their quality of life has improved since sales of cheap, high-alcohol wine and beer
Marijuana bred to contain high levels of THC could raise the risk of developing psychosis, according to researchers from the U.K. Reuters reported Nov. 30
Lawmakers in both houses of the Wisconsin state legislature are considering bills that would legalize medical use of marijuana, the Wausau Daily Herald reported Nov.
A Florida jury has ordered tobacco company Philip Morris USA to pay $300 million in damages to a former smoker who said that using the
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
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
Residents in Peoria, Ill., recently got the chance to confront alleged drug dealers about how they are negatively impacting the community, the Peoria Journal Star
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