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A history of marijuana use still counts as an unsavory mark on football players coming out of college and entering the National Football League (NFL)

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A survey of 11th- and 12th-grade students finds that 90 percent believe that their peers are more likely to drink and drive on prom night,

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The popular Japanese children’s character Hello Kitty is now appearing on a line of branded wines, LA Weekly reported March 25. Marketed in the U.S.

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The Illinois Senate has voted 45-0 to include sheets or tubes of cigarette wraps — sometimes called “blunt wraps” — in the definition of drug

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Alcohol consumption may improve coronary health, some studies say, but new research suggests that even the occasional binge-drinking episode can foil any such health benefits,

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California-based Oaksterdam University’s classes on growing and marketing marijuana have attracted nearly 7,000 students and have a waiting list with hundreds of more potential enrollees,

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A new animal study suggests that marijuana may not be useful in improving memory among individuals with Alzheimer’s disease or affecting progression of the disease,

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Babies who were prenatally exposed to alcohol seem to be less responsive to pain stimuli, according to researchers at the University of British Columbia. HealthDay

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Liquor sales are holding steady despite the recession, but industry data indicates that more Americans are drinking at home rather than going out to bars

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Smokers who wore nicotine patches for six months were twice as likely to quit as those who unknowingly received placebos after wearing real patches for

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