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The economic downturn occurred late enough in 2008 that it did not significantly affect overall giving levels for the year, but experts say the recession

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A new study finds that homeless shelters that allow alcoholic residents to continue to drink alcohol can save taxpayers money and still facilitate declines in

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Five percent of all individuals in addiction treatment programs are primarily addicted to prescription drugs, up from just 1 percent in 1997, HealthDay News reported

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The International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) is calling for greater international cooperation, regulation and law enforcement to prevent online drug trafficking. Reuters reported March 17

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A bill to revamp Utah’s restrictive alcohol laws has passed the state House of Representatives and Senate, KCPW News reported March 12. The measure would

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The makers of Absolut vodka are rolling out an online ad campaign that stresses moderate use of alcohol, the New York Times reported March 9.

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Recent comments by Attorney General Eric Holder have apparently sent mixed signals to prosecutors in California about the Obama administration’s approach to medical-marijuana cases. The

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Binge drinking and alcohol consumption in general is higher among adolescents who own alcohol-related t-shirts, hats and other marketing items, according to researchers at Dartmouth

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Like many people with a drinking problem, our nation itself is in denial about what alcohol abuse costs. With a looming ’financial Armageddon’ upon us,

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New restrictions will be placed on prescription of two dozen powerful Schedule II narcotic drugs including OxyContin, methadone and morphine, the New York Times reported

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