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Adolescent males who play team sports are less likely to smoke cigarettes or be depressed but are more likely to drink alcohol and get into

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The U.S. Sentencing Commission has been directed by Congress to conduct a review of mandatory-minimum sentencing and issue recommendations about alternative sentences, the Wall Street

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Residents in Peoria, Ill., recently got the chance to confront alleged drug dealers about how they are negatively impacting the community, the Peoria Journal Star

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About 20 percent of adults in the U.S. were regular smokers last year, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is concerned

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The U.S. Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) continues to increase federal grants to fund housing for homeless veterans, the Boston Globe reported Nov. 8. The

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Methadone was involved in 64 percent of fatal overdoses on prescription opiate drugs in the state of Washington, more than double the rate of overdoses

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A firm that makes nicotine gum and other smoking-cessation products could soon become part of the Reynolds American, Inc., tobacco company, the Wall Street Journal

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Editor’s Note, November 12, 2009:  Due to the overwhelming number of requests, this offer is no longer available. Complimentary copies of the DVD “Drugs: True

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Three more juvenile drug courts will implement the Reclaiming Futures intervention and treatment model thanks to new grants from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health

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A study comparing five pharmaceutical approaches to quitting smoking found that mixing nicotine patches and lozenges was the most effective, in part because it seemed

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