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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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New research from Duke University shows that visual cues — such as images of people smoking — may promote relapse among those trying to quit,

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 To many immigrants from Africa, the mildly narcotic drug khat is viewed as no more harmful than a cup of coffee, but U.S. law-enforcement officials

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A growing number of U.S. states now require the sale of so-called ’fire-safe’ cigarettes, using local fire codes to get around lax federal cigarette regulations,

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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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Influential U.S. Sen. Jim Webb (D-Va.) plans to make prison reform a top priority in the new Congress, including clearing prison cells of low-level drug

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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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More than one in four Medicaid recipients have a diagnosed addiction problem, researchers said this week, and the cost of providing behavioral healthcare and medical

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