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The star-powered (but ill-fated) musical ’Nine’ got a thumbs-down as the year’s smokiest movie as part of the annual Hackademy Awards, named each year by

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Few doctors still believe that pain is God’s will and that treating it could be a sin, but morality and legality still play a major

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California-based Oaksterdam University’s classes on growing and marketing marijuana have attracted nearly 7,000 students and have a waiting list with hundreds of more potential enrollees,

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New voluntary guidelines issued by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) direct pharmaceutical companies to more closely examine the abuse potential of new drugs

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Federal lawmakers say that a Massachusetts initiative to give free smoking-cessation aid to poor residents could serve as a model for national healthcare reform, the

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Tobacco company Reynolds American recently confirmed that it will be buying Niconovum, a maker of nicotine gum and other products that help people quit smoking,

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China will have twice as many smokers in a decade as it has today if the government does nothing to halt current trends, health experts

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Magazines with the highest proportion of young readers also are the most likely to contain alcohol ads, according to researchers who accused the alcohol industry

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The federal government should consider moving marijuana out of Schedule I of the Controlled Substances Act in order to facilitate clinical research and development of

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More than a year and a half after it first began drafting regulations for medical-marijuana clinics, the city of Los Angeles has released proposed rules

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