New laws designed to restrict alcohol sales in France are a direct result of a recent spike in what is being referred to as “le
Joint research conducted by an addiction treatment program and a state addiction agency found that providers could cut out up to six hours of unnecessary
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
Texas needle-exchange programs would be protected from prosecution under legislation recently approved by the state Senate Health and Human Services Committee. The Houston Chronicle reported
Seattle Police Chief Gil Kerlikowske has been officially announced as President Barack Obama’s “drug czar” by the White House, but unlike his recent predecessors, he
Some college women may drink excessively to gain the attention of men, but new research from Loyola Marymount University suggests that drunk women are not
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.
In a new study, researchers have determined that prenatal exposure to cigarette smoking, when combined with a specific genetic variant, places children at increased risk
Individuals charged with low-level drug crimes could be diverted to addiction-treatment programs rather than sent to prison under legislation approved this week by Kentucky’s House
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