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Children exposed in-utero to cocaine often have lower IQs and do poorly in school and with language, but a new research review concludes that these

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The Utah House of Representatives has voted 39-35 in favor of a measure that would raise the state tax on cigarettes by $1 per pack,

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A growing number of colleges are alerting parents whenever their children under age 21 are involved in alcohol-related incidents at school. The Washington Post reported

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Smoking a pipe or cigar can damage your lungs even if you don’t inhale, according to researchers who said that smokers are mistaken to believe

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Alaska Senate Majority Leader Johnny Ellis has proposed directing all tax revenues from sales of alcoholic beverages to paying for addiction treatment and prevention programs,

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Public-health programs to reduce smoking are among the targets of $119 million in awards made to the states under the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act

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Ecstasy is a stimulant like various classes of amphetamines, but the popular club drug is more likely to kill young and otherwise healthy users, Reuters

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A growing number of countries in Latin America are rejecting the U.S.-style “War on Drugs” and are decriminalizing personal drug use in order to focus

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Smoking cigarettes is a significant risk factor for development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new study from the University of California at San Francisco.

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An investigation of internal marketing documents from alcoholic-beverage firms and their marketing agencies has led researchers in the U.K. to conclude that the country’s system

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