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Citing the “ongoing financial downturn and its effect on its long-term reserve funds,” the American Legacy Foundation announced on Feb. 25 that it is suspending

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The hormone therapy drug cabergoline may help recovering alcoholics maintain alcohol abstinence, according to new research from the University of California at San Francisco. Forbes

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Respiratory illnesses like asthma are more common among low-birthweight babies who are exposed to secondhand smoke, Reuters reported Jan. 19. Researcher Jill S. Halterman of

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The world’s second-largest brewing conglomerate said that sales unexpectedly slid in the third quarter of 2008, with the weakening global economy getting the blame, Fox

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The U.S. House of Representatives has passed legislation to expand the State Children’s Health Insurance Program (SCHIP) and to fund the program by raising federal

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New York’s Medicaid program has long hindered comprehensive treatment for people with co-occurring addiction and mental-health problems, but now the state is training more counselors

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The federal government and most U.S. states have failed to adopt policies that would protect the public from tobacco-related illnesses, according to a new ’report

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Research suggests that a chemical compound called CDDO-imidazole may protect against lung damage caused by cigarette smoke, Bloomberg reported Dec. 22. Researchers from Johns Hopkins

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A study from the New York Department of Mental Health and Hygiene reports that 25 percent of sexually active gay men in New York City

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