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Drug tests that use hair samples turn up positive for cocaine and methamphetamine far more frequently than urine-based drug tests, USA Today reported Nov. 20.

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Students living in co-ed dorms are 2.5 times likelier than those living in single-sex dorms to say they binge-drink on a weekly basis, Reuters reported

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Adults over age 60 who have alcohol problems tend to drink more than their younger counterparts, probably because they have developed greater tolerance for alcohol,

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Nurses, doctors, dentists and other health professionals in California who are in treatment for alcohol and other drug problems will now be subject to stricter

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Programs that seek to better integrate behavioral healthcare and primary healthcare systems will receive a total of $25.9 million in grants from the Substance Abuse

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Children have long been able to drink in bars in Wisconsin if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian over age 21, but lawmakers

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The U.S. military says that major drug traffickers who work with the Taliban will be targeted as focus shifts in Afghanistan to cutting off drug infrastructure

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Convenience stores in south Florida report that sales of cigarettes have declined as much as 30 percent since a new state tobacco tax went into

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Some medical professionals and regular citizens say that the issue of personal responsibility to lead healthy lives has been missing from the national debate over

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Voters in Oakland, Calif., recently voted to impose a business tax on marijuana sales, and other cities in California have considered similar taxes in order

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