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The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has agreed to fund a midstage clinical trial of a cocaine-addiction drug called vigabatrin, produced by Catalyst Pharmaceutical

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Moderate drinking could slow the progress of rheumatoid arthritis over the course of decades — not enough to make an immediate, noticable impact but perhaps

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As memories of Woodstock-era acid trips fade from memory, researchers are revisiting hallucinogenic drugs as possible treatments for addiction and mental illness, the New York

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A survey of 11th- and 12th-grade students finds that 90 percent believe that their peers are more likely to drink and drive on prom night,

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Canada’s healthcare system needs to better integrate addiction and mental-health treatment, which typically are treated separately and, as a result, ineffectively, according to a new

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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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Almost 9 of 10 nonprofit groups believe that 2010 will be as difficult or more difficult fiscal year than 2009, according to a new survey.

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A discussion on the future of menthol cigarettes will begin at the first meeting of the Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) new Tobacco Products Scientific

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New research suggests that heavy drinking is just one part of a constellation of unhealthy and unwise behaviors, HealthDay News reported March 26. Researchers who

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