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White House drug czar Gil Kerlikowske’s thinking about drug addiction has moved from disdain to enlightenment over the past decade, but the former police chief

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The annual death toll from use of Afghan heroin in NATO countries exceeds the total number of deaths among the troops of these nations during

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The social and economic costs of drunk driving are well documented, but a new study from Rhode Island Hospital finds that even minimally impaired drivers

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Many newspapers have food critics or even wine critics, but an alternative weekly in Denver is tapping into the interests of its own audience demographics

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Sept. 24 marked National Gordie Day, an event founded by the family of a college student who died of an alcohol overdose and focuses on

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Brain changes caused by drinking before age 15 could predispose adolescents to a lifetime of alcohol dependency, HealthDay News reported Sept. 18. Researcher Arpana Agrawal

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New York, NY, September 23, 2009 – Compared to teens who have frequent family dinners (five or more per week), those who have infrequent family

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Some good may be coming out of the death of singer Michael Jackson: the state of California is looking to improve its prescription-drug tracking system

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U.S. smokers who want flavored cigarettes have only a couple of days to stock up: the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is ordering cloves and

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Seeking to close a loophole in the city’s already tough gun laws, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to make it illegal to carry a

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