Doesn’t having a beer in the afternoon when you’re at work sound pretty cool? Sure it does — but that doesn’t mean it’s a good idea.
Another lawsuit has been filed against Phusion Projects, LLC, maker of Four Loko alcoholic beverages, Crain’s reported March 9. The new lawsuit, which is aiming
A Florida congressman has introduced a bill in the U.S. House of Representatives intended to curb prescription drug abuse and eliminate pain clinics that illegally
All six Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) advisory committees will be meeting jointly on Mar. 29 – and you’re invited.
New Mexico has ruled that beer pong can be played again in local bars as long as the games don’t involve drinking alcohol or gambling,
There were no glittering stars getting out of limousines, but there was a red carpet, and there were still winners and losers at the 16th annual Hackademy Awards, spotlighting 2010’s smokiest – and smoke-free – movies.
For several decades, states have taken a “”nail ’em-and-jail ’em”” approach to drug offenders — but several states are now rolling back their punitive drug laws and investing in treatment.
A panel advising the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has concluded that menthol cigarettes are not worse for smokers’ health than regular cigarettes — but
It may seem like binge drinking is just a fact of college life, but a number of institutions of higher-education are proving otherwise.
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