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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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Arizona’s state legislators debated this week the pros and cons of banning methadone users from driving, and in the end voted to amend the state’s

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Alcohol-related deaths, heavy drinking and drunk driving are all increasing among U.S. college students, according to a report from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse

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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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Series: Drugs and the Military Soldiers on leave from the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan have been ordered to get home for dinner by the

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The U.S. Senate and House have voted in favor of a bill that would give the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) the authority to

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The man who spearheaded New York City’s successful battle against smoking will face a much different political landscape as he takes the helm at the

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New research suggests that individuals who begin drinking alcohol as teenagers are more likely than those who start drinking after age 21 to suffer alcohol-related

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Legislation to legalize the use of marijuana for “compassionate medical” purposes passed the New Jersey General Assembly’s Health and Senior Services Committee by an 8-1

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