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Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh and GlaxoSmithKline Consumer Healthcare have found that chewing nicotine gum is an effective way for smokers interested in gradual smoking

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Researchers all over the world are utilizing technological devices to screen, counsel and connect with people seeking drug treatment, e! Science News reported Jan. 21.

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Growing restrictions on tobacco use and higher prices for cigarettes could make more smokers into ’chippers’ — light smokers who light up perhaps a few

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Just days before the inauguration of Barack Obama, President George Bush named the White House’s point person on drug supply reduction to serve as acting

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Florida’s plan to raid a tobacco endowment fund to plug state budgetary gaps is the most recent example of money from the nationwide tobacco settlement

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In an effort to encourage soldiers to seek addiction treatment, military officials have proposed to eliminate the requirement that commanding officers be notified if a

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Research suggests that a chemical compound called CDDO-imidazole may protect against lung damage caused by cigarette smoke, Bloomberg reported Dec. 22. Researchers from Johns Hopkins

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A study from the New York Department of Mental Health and Hygiene reports that 25 percent of sexually active gay men in New York City

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More than one in four Medicaid recipients have a diagnosed addiction problem, researchers said this week, and the cost of providing behavioral healthcare and medical

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