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Some Indonesian politicians are concerned that U.S. legislation banning the sale of clove-flavored cigarettes would hurt four million clove farmers in Indonesia, Bloomberg News reported May

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Alabama Gov. Bob Riley has approved legislation allowing beer with higher alcohol content to be sold in restaurants, bars and some retail stores, the Associated

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New research from the University of Georgia suggests that a family-based prevention program helps youth avoid binge drinking and other drug use even if they

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Sponsors of a proposed statewide indoor-smoking ban in Texas are throwing in the legislative towel after a battle with the tobacco industry derailed the measure.

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Malibu, Calif.-based ’rehab center to the stars’ Promises says that the antics of some of its former clients have hurt its image, and is seeking

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The city of San Francisco is considering adding 33 cents to the cost of a package of cigarettes and using the money to offset the

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People subjected to the trauma of a terrorist attack are likely to drink, smoke or take illicit drugs in the aftermath, though perhaps not in

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A new report from the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) found that North Carolina residents received $89 in benefits for every $1 that foundations invested

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Smokers who use Apple iPhones now have an application available to help them quit smoking, the GW Hatchet reported May 11. Lorien Abroms, an assistant professor

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Some employees of the popular social-networking site Facebook have the full-time job of scanning the images posted to user pages and deleting those that are

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