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Children who have trouble sleeping may be at increased risk of alcohol and other drug problems when they reach young adulthood, according to researcher Marie

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About 30 percent of nonsmokers who develop lung cancer have an unusual variant of a gene called GPC5 that may make them more vulnerable to

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The first TV ad released in support of a marijuana legalization question that recently qualified for the California ballot features testimony from a former police

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California lawmakers have approved extending bans on smoking in public to state parks and beaches, motivated less by health concerns than a desire to cut

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A new study of about 250,000 Americans gave new support to the claim that moderate alcohol consumption benefits coronary health, but this study and a

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Smoking is not a fundamental right, the Kansas Supreme Court said in upholding the state’s indoor-smoking ban, the Kansan reported March 6. The court rejected

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The star-powered (but ill-fated) musical ’Nine’ got a thumbs-down as the year’s smokiest movie as part of the annual Hackademy Awards, named each year by

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The packaging is almost exactly the same, but Philip Morris’ Marlboro Lights brand is no more: with terms like “light” and “mild” now banned by

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Washington, D.C. — Behavioral healthcare organizations who are leading the way with innovative approaches to management and process improvement have an opportunity to be recognized

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A bill that would require insurers to cover addiction and mental health services on par with other health conditions has been approved by the Wisconsin

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