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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

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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

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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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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

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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

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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

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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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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

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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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Legislation that gives the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) the authority to regulate the sale and marketing of cigarettes and other tobacco products has

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