Top Menu

A new report from the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy (NCRP) found that North Carolina residents received $89 in benefits for every $1 that foundations invested

Read More > 0

Smokers who use Apple iPhones now have an application available to help them quit smoking, the GW Hatchet reported May 11. Lorien Abroms, an assistant professor

Read More > 0

The Obama administration’s rules on lobbyists holding government jobs would prevent a former tobacco-prevention advocate from working on tobacco issues as the second-highest official in

Read More > 0

A drug decriminalization bill endorsed by Mexican President Felipe Calderon and approved this week by the Mexican Senate would allow individuals to possess up to

Read More > 0

Inspired by attending a previous fundraiser in New York, private-equities manager Dan Fireman has reached out to a number of prominent celebrities for support of

Read More > 0

There have been no confirmed cases of the Lebanon-based Islamist group Hezbollah moving terrorists across the Mexico border to carry out attacks in the United

Read More > 0

The organic chemical acetaldehyde is known to cause certain types of cancer, and while acetaldehyde is widely present in the environment, the leading cause of

Read More > 0

States’ efforts to fight smoking have been uneven, which may explain why smoking rates in some states have declined twice as fast as in others, HealthDay

Read More > 0

A bill to revamp Utah’s restrictive alcohol laws has passed the state House of Representatives and Senate, KCPW News reported March 12. The measure would

Read More > 0

Thousands of people have died since the Mexican government began a crackdown on drug cartels two years ago, but government officials say the violence is

Read More > 0

Disclaimer:
Reproduction in whole or in part of this publication is strictly prohibited without prior consent. Photographic rights remain the property of Join Together and the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids. For reproduction inquiries, please e-mail jointogether@drugfree.org.