The San Francisco Department of Public Health has issued the nation’s first regulations on the labeling and sale of marijuana-infused edibles, the East Bay Express
Children of parents who smoke are more likely to have a higher body-mass index and greater prevalence of behavioral problems, according to a pair of
The alcohol section of the new Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee report (PDF) could represent a radical departure from the 2005 Dietary Guidelines1 if its conclusions are reflected
Missouri has become the fifth U.S. state to ban K2, an herbal blend that mimics the effects of marijuana when smoked … Price controls on potent alcoholic drinks have helped cut binge drinking, a Canadian province reports … Healthcare providers need to pay more attention to smoking among gay and lesbian populations, says the American Lung Association … The long-running legal battle over funding of an Ohio tobacco prevention foundation has reached the state Supreme Court …
Illinois residents under age 21 who are caught drinking alcohol can lose their driver’s licenses even if they weren’t drinking and driving, the Illinois Supreme
The U.K.’s primary medical regulatory body has approved a cannabis-derived spray for treatment of spasticity in multiple-sclerosis patients, Reuters reported June 18. The drug, Sativex,
Parents who are tough but compassionate towards their kids are best at preventing underage drinking … Republican lawmakers are trying to block D.C.’s medical-marijuana law (again) … Vermont candidates for governor debate decriminalization … Mothers-to-be should be tested for tobacco use and exposure, U.K. health officials recommend …
Congress last year lifted a longstanding ban on use of public money to support medical marijuana in Washington, D.C., but now a pair of Republican
A family history of alcoholism and religious teachings were among the reasons cited by the 60 percent of U.S. evangelical leaders who said they don’t
Would you ask an adult in recovery to hang around with his or her drinking buddies every day? Certainly not, yet we ask teens to go back to school after treatment and avoid all their friends who use drugs or alcohol. Recovery Schools are one solution, and are the focus of a national conference next month.
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