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New research suggests that an anti-nausea drug approved for fighting the effects of chemotherapy may help some alcoholics — particularly those with a certain genetic

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Educators and middle- and high-school students are invited to participate in an informal national survey to measure the impact of alcohol advertising from the Super Bowl.

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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued its first warning letters to retailers for selling tobacco to minors, Reuters reported Jan. 7. The FDA was

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An experimental vaccine tested on mice appears to nullify the effects of cocaine addiction by keeping it from affecting the central nervous system, CNN Health

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Unfit for human consumption, banned cans of high-octane Four Loko are being recycled into ethanol — and used in gasoline.

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New research indicates smoking-cessation drugs may work by changing the way our brains react to seeing others smoke, HealthDay News reported Jan. 3. In separate

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To prevent overdoses, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has issued strict new limits on a common ingredient in prescription painkillers, The New York Times

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Acculturation stress may be part of the reason some Mexican and Mexican-American teens living in the U.S. report high rates of marijuana and alcohol use, Fox News

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Federal data shows that prescription drug abuse now sends twice as many people to the emergency room (ER) as it did five years ago —

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A group of physicians and experts on pain policy have published an article arguing that while opioid treatment contracts between patients and their physicians can

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