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Researchers who accept money from the tobacco industry will no longer be able to get their work published in PLoS Medicine, a journal produced by

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A bill that would cut sentences for drug offenses and put more money into addiction treatment programs has support from both sides of the aisle

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Youths who call for help when underage drinkers get sick from drinking will get leniency — but not a free pass — from the courts

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The rate of alcohol-related fatal car crashes has risen among some populations of female drivers, a worrying trend that runs counter to the decline in

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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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Children who have an extreme sweet tooth also may be at elevated risk of becoming alcoholics, according to researchers at the Monell Chemical Senses Center

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A Prohibition-era law still on the books makes Nebraska the only U.S. state to ban bars from serving drinks that mix beer and liquor, and

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A new proposal to amend a landmark federal privacy law is butting up against resistance from recovery advocates and others, as the addiction treatment and recovery

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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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There is “reasonable evidence” that smoked marijuana can provide relief for certain pain-related ailments, according to a new report prepared for the California legislature by

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