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A state representative in Louisiana has filed legislation that would require special license plates and driver’s licenses for individuals convicted of drug-related offenses, the News-Star

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States across the U.S. are considering proposals to ease restrictions on alcohol sales in hopes of boosting tax revenues in a challenging fiscal environment, the

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The British government has rejected its own drug advisory panel’s call for easing the penalties for using and selling ecstasy, Reuters reported Feb. 11. The

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New restrictions will be placed on prescription of two dozen powerful Schedule II narcotic drugs including OxyContin, methadone and morphine, the New York Times reported

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A new study from researchers at the University of Virginia Health System suggests that a serotonin transporter gene — SLC6A4 — significantly influences the level

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(Portland, Oregon) Responding to calls to stop selling alcohol flasks in its stores catering to teen customers, Icing by Claire’s says it will continue selling

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While more returning U.S. soldiers struggle with addiction to painkillers prescribed by Army doctors to treat their combat injuries, the U.S. Army’s approach to treating

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Addiction treatment and prevention groups can learn capacity-building strategies from a free seminar developed by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). The seminar, available for download

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The National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) claims to have the “most conservative and restrictive approach to advertising of any sports organization,” but the Center for

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People who are mildly dependent on alcohol may have success with cutting back on drinking using moderation-management techniques, but more severely dependent individuals should seek

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