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Nine of the 10 leading causes of death in Alaska — all but Alzheimer’s disease — include alcohol, tobacco or other drug addiction as an

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Businesses in Michigan are uncertain whether to fire employees who test positive for marijuana use but are authorized to use the drug under the state’s

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A poll commissioned by the Maryland chapter of the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence found that 72 percent of state residents back a

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Marijuana arrests and prosecutions have continued virtually unabated in Denver, despite passage of a voter initiative calling for police to make such cases their lowest

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President Obama should continue to use alcohol in moderation but should keep trying to quit smoking, according to doctors who conducted his routine medical exam. 

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Philip Morris will have to pay $38.9 million to a former smoker with emphysema instead of the $300 million ordered by a jury, a Florida

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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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Youths who call for help when underage drinkers get sick from drinking will get leniency — but not a free pass — from the courts

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In a move intended to hamper production of illicit methamphetamine, the governor of Mississippi has approved a law requiring a doctor’s prescription to buy any

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There is “reasonable evidence” that smoked marijuana can provide relief for certain pain-related ailments, according to a new report prepared for the California legislature by

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