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A study of 6,000 men ages 35 to 64 found that the more alcohol the men drank, the more time they spent in the hospital,

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U.S. Rep. John Sullivan (R-Okla.), who returned to Washington this week after a stint in the Betty Ford Center, said his drinking never affected his

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With the economic downturn continuing to wear on and the largest federal tax increase on cigarettes taking effect in April, smokers are torn between paying

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Researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine found that a decline in binge drinking among males 12- to 20-years-old did not extend to females

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A new animal study suggests that alcohol affects the brain by binding with a specific location in the brain’s communication system, according to researchers from

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The New Hampshire House of Representatives passed legislation that would allow medical use of marijuana, leaving the final word to Gov. John Lynch, the Nashua

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Legislators in Illinois are considering a bill that would increase penalties for marijuana containing high levels of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), the Chicago Sun Times reported June 13.

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Alcohol-related problems cost the city of San Francisco an estimated $175 million annually, and officials are now considering charging an alcohol-impact fee, according to the

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Red Watch Band, a volunteer program started at Stony Brook University in New York, aims to teach students what to do when someone passes out from

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The National Association of State Alcohol and Drug Abuse Directors (NASADAD) is calling on House and Senate appropriators to increase funding of the federal addictions

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