Economic considerations are driving TV networks to broaden their acceptance of advertising for alcohol products, the Los Angeles Times reported Feb. 13. Local CBS affiliates
The pain medications Darvon and Darvocet should be pulled off the market, according to a recommendation approved on a 14-12 vote by a panel of
New York’s Commission on Sentencing Reform has issued a report calling for uniform drug-sentencing guidelines and giving judges greater authority to order offenders into addiction
The recent deaths of two residents of “sober homes” in New York State has revived an initiative to find effective methods for state government to
The Northwest chapter of the American Lung Association has been barred from using the national organization’s donor lists and name or spending money by a
President-elect Barack Obama has selected William Corr, executive director of the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, to serve as deputy secretary of the Department of Health
New York Gov. David Paterson harshly criticized his state’s Rockefeller-era drug laws and called for reforming sentences for drug possession, the Albany Times-Union reported Jan.
To many immigrants from Africa, the mildly narcotic drug khat is viewed as no more harmful than a cup of coffee, but U.S. law-enforcement officials
A growing number of U.S. states now require the sale of so-called ’fire-safe’ cigarettes, using local fire codes to get around lax federal cigarette regulations,
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