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As with underage drinking, social factors can help predict excessive drinking among older adults, according to new research from Rudolf H. Moos of the Department

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The New York City Health Department is taking steps to strip five of the city’s trendiest nightclubs of their food and beverage licenses after an

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Bills that would lower Vermont’s drinking age from 21 to 18 and call on the U.S. Congress not to penalize the state for doing so

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Musicians who perform songs glorifying the actions of drug cartels could face up to three years in prison under a measure recently proposed by Mexico’s

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The British Columbia Court of Appeal has rejected a lawsuit from Canada’s Conservative government that sought to shutter Vancouver’s Insight safe-injection program for IV-drug users,

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Some “soccer moms” in California say that they would support marijuana legalization so that their adult children don’t have to run the risk of buying

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Research shows that whites are more likely to smoke marijuana than members of minority groups, but 87 percent of those arrested in New York City

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The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) is being chided for slapping an “R” rating on the adult comedy “It’s Complicated,” a film with little

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A bill to ease Congressional control over governance in Washington, D.C., could mean that the city’s needle-exchange and medical-marijuana laws will come into full force

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The smoking ban in Wales that took effect in April 2007 has helped decrease the number of people having heart attacks, according to a recent

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