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Six cooperative agreements totaling $11 million have been inked between the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) and medical schools to train medical

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Women who smoke tobacco during pregnancy increase the risk of having children who develop psychotic problems, according to researchers in the U.K., and the expectant

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A new study suggests that the nutrition of children in developing countries who live with a smoker may be impacted negatively because a large amount

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The leading maker of clove cigarettes has gone to court in a bid to prevent the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from imposing a

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A new poll finds strong public support for including addiction coverage in national healthcare reform, and advocates are calling on the chairman of the Senate

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Alcohol advertising would be banned and sales limited by location and time of day under a plan endorsed by Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, CBC News

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Budget Rent-a-Car and Avis are prohibiting smoking in their rental vehicles as of Oct. 1, the Los Angeles Times reported Sept. 13. The agencies announced

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Breast-cancer survivors have a 120-percent greater risk of suffering a second breast cancer if they continue to smoke, while daily drinkers face a 90-percent increase

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In the United States, 23.2 million persons aged 12 or older need treatment for an illicit drug or alcohol use problem, yet only one in

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Six million people worldwide will die from smoking-related illnesses next year, according to the annual Tobacco Atlas report from the American Cancer Society. “Tobacco accounts

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