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A federal court has ruled that two Minnesota Vikings players have the right to challenge their NFL-imposed suspensions for violations of the league’s drug policy

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Sept. 24 marked National Gordie Day, an event founded by the family of a college student who died of an alcohol overdose and focuses on

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Add avoiding binge drinking to the list of things you can do to prevent catching the swine flu or other infectious diseases: new research shows

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Cocaine users who unwittingly ingest the drug adulterated with a veterinary anti-parasitic medication called levamisole face the risk of death or serious illness, the Substance

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Adolescent rats that consume large amounts of alcohol were more likely to make poor decisions as adults, suggesting that youthful drinking could set the stage

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U.S. smokers who want flavored cigarettes have only a couple of days to stock up: the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is ordering cloves and

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Even one or two alcoholic drinks can increase the risk of getting into an automobile accident, even if it’s not technically drunk driving, according to

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Gunmen have attacked another drug-treatment center in Cuidad Juarez, Mexico, gunning down 10 patients and staff members just weeks after a similar incident resulted in

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Donor support for faith-based institutions is usually rock-solid, but in the current economic crisis even churches are scrambling to deal with a decline in giving,

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It’s indisputable that too many teenagers are smoking cigarettes, but what’s less clear is why they do so, a new study indicates. Reuters reported Sept.

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