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Research unveiled at the recent national meeting of the American Chemical Society has identified additional hazardous ingredients in smokeless tobacco, which already was known to

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One of the big concerns about national healthcare reform is the prospect of government rationing of care, but a pair of recent stories shows that

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Some medical professionals and regular citizens say that the issue of personal responsibility to lead healthy lives has been missing from the national debate over

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U.S. tobacco companies viewed the first Gulf War as an opportunity to market cigarettes to members of the military, sometimes working with the Department of

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A new Stanford University study suggests that short-term memory is hampered in people who have HIV and drink heavily, USA Today reported Aug. 3. More

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Advocates who cheered the historic passage of the Paul Wellstone and Pete Domenici Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act of 2008 have shifted their

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A case in which the tobacco industry was found to have violated federal racketeering laws could be headed to the U.S. Supreme Court, Dow Jones

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As additional U.S. forces push deep into southern Afghanistan — where the Taliban is the strongest and the cultivation of opium is the most lucrative

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Tennessee’s so-called “crack tax” violates the state constitution because it doesn’t constitute a levy on “merchants, peddlers and privileges,” the state’s highest court has ruled.

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Supermarkets would be barred from allowing customers to use self-service checkout lanes to purchase alcohol under a proposal now being debated in the California legislature,

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