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The recent Suboxone-related deaths of two Milwaukee-area residents has drawn negative attention to federal rules that allow patients to use the buprenorphine-based drug at home,

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New ads from the New York City Department of Health try to convince smokers to quit for the sake of their children. But some observers

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Addiction treatment centers are seeing an influx of financial executives as the economic downturn takes a toll on personal and professional lives, Reuters reported March

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At least two of Mexico’s three leading drug cartels may be negotiating a truce as they try to fend off a government crackdown, Fox News

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The Rev. Joseph C. Martin, founder of Father Martin’s Ashley treatment program and author of the book ’Chalk Talks on Alcohol,’ died this week of

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Backers of a bill that would repeal the remainder of New York’s Rockefeller-era drug laws have decided to alter their approach to getting the bill

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NEW YORK, NY – The Partnership for a Drug-Free America announced findings from the 2008 Partnership Attitude Tracking Study (PATS), which revealed the first major increase

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The ’winners’ at the ’Hackademy Awards’ differed from the films honored at this week’s Oscars — and the recipients didn’t show up to pick up

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Cigarette smoke can cause the body’s immune system to attack lung tissue, causing damage that can lead to respiratory diseases, according to research from the

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The Center for Science in the Public Interest’s Campaign for Alcohol-Free Sports TV has teamed up with Media Literacy for Prevention, Critical Thinking, Self-Esteem, to

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