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Community-based organizations that have been exemplary in implementing evidence-based addiction and mental-health interventions may apply for the 2010 Science and Service Awards from the Substance

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Jet aircraft as large as Boeing 727s are being used to ship drugs across the Atlantic on clandestine flights organized by drug traffickers and terrorist

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) cannot block the importation of electronic cigarettes into the U.S. because they are not tobacco products — and

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Augusta, ME — The Maine Substance Abuse Services Commission released the first ever Substance Abuse Services Report Card modeled after a 2006 report, Blueprint for

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South Carolina residents receiving unemployment benefits should be required to take drug tests, and those who test positive should have their benefits cut off until

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A genetic study has found that children who were exposed to secondhand smoke are more likely to develop lung cancer as adults, according to researchers

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Denver, CO – College and university campuses that have instituted comprehensive smoke- or tobacco-free policies may now apply for official certification from The BACCHUS Network™, a

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The environmental factors that contribute to marijuana use and alcohol dependence differ significantly, but similar genes are involved in influencing people to drink and use

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Children with parents in the military are more likely to experience anxiety than their peers, the New York Times reported Dec. 7. The more time

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Backers of a proposed California ballot initiative on marijuana legalization say they have gathered more than enough petition signatures to put the question before voters

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