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Researchers who looked at drug courts in 12 countries issued a ringing endorsement of their effects on crime and costs to society, saying the concept

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The Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse is pleased to announce its 34th Annual AMERSA National Conference to be held on November

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Swayed by lobbying from a man with rhumatoid arthritis, a Tennessee House of Representatives committee voted this week to authorize a study of medical marijuana,

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New research shows that high levels of substance use among young adults are linked to problematic levels of indoor tanning, perhaps because of a similar

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Since 2001, AlcoholScreening.org, an online assessment tool, has helped 1.3 million people across the United States take stock of their alcohol consumption to understand if

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A history of marijuana use still counts as an unsavory mark on football players coming out of college and entering the National Football League (NFL)

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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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Florida juries are willing to buy the tobacco industry’s argument that smokers are partly to blame for their illness, but nonetheless are awarding large judgments

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People caught possessing marijuana in Philadelphia will soon face nothing more than a fine as the city — seeking to clear minor cases from court

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Men who smoke, are overweight, and have high blood pressure and blood sugar can expect to live an average of 4.9 years less than the

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