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A Mexican drug cartel that recruits members from drug-rehabilitation programs and has religious pretensions was the target of a U.S. law-enforcement sweep that resulted in

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to collect $23 million in fees from the tobacco industry this year to pay for regulation of

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LSD got its start in a psychiatric research lab, and decades after its heyday as a hallucinogenic party drug of the 1960s it is now

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College students who received Internet-based screening and brief interventions were less likely to drink alcohol, according to researchers from Australia and New Zealand. For the

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Test-marketing of Marlboro Snus will give way to broader sales of the product, a form of smokeless tobacco that manufacturer Philip Morris USA is pitching

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Opiate-replacement therapy (ORT) such as methadone and buprenorphine are available in only about half of all federal and state prison systems, and just 23 states

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Most teens are not regular drinkers, but those who do drink on a monthly basis are frequently imbibing in order to get drunk, according to

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More than 5 percent of all strokes and heart attacks in Sweden are associated with smokeless-tobacco use, according to a research review that confirmed a

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People with multiple sclerosis (MS) tend to have more severe brain-tissue destruction and atrophy if they ever smoked regularly in their lifetime, according to a

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A British poll finds that half of smokers say they enjoy the experience, while 47 percent cite the need for stress relief as their reason

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