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