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Russian President Dmitri Medvedev, who calls alcoholism a “national calamity,” plans to work with the nation’s parliament this fall to tackle the country’s drinking problem

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Two of the largest brewers in the U.S. have announced plans to raise prices on their signature products this fall, although the amount of the

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Alcohol companies have pledged to avoid advertising on TV programs with 30 percent or more youth viewership, but a new study of cable TV shows

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Anheuser-Busch is releasing a series of 27 can designs for Bud Light featuring the colors of college sports teams, but the schools’ reactions have been

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A survey of 12- to 17-year-olds in the U.S. has found that about 20 percent said they have given their prescription drugs like Oxycontin and

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Cases of oral cancer have risen sharply among middle-aged Britons since the mid-1990s, and health experts place the blame on binge drinking and a surge

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Breathalyzer tests can fail to produce accurate results, so accused drunk drivers have the right to challenge the results of such tests in court, the

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A new Gallup Poll shows that the recession has done little to change Americans drinking habits, UPI reported June 29. The June 14-17 telephone poll

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The New Hampshire House of Representatives passed legislation that would allow medical use of marijuana, leaving the final word to Gov. John Lynch, the Nashua

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President Barack Obama told reporters that while he is almost totally over his smoking addiction, quitting remains a constant struggle, the AFP reported June 24.

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