The makers of Absolut vodka are rolling out an online ad campaign that stresses moderate use of alcohol, the New York Times reported March 9.
Beer with an alcohol content of up to 13.9 percent by volume would be legal for sale in Alabama under a measure approved by the
President Barack Obama this week proposed a $3.6-trillion federal budget for fiscal year 2010, an announcement that overshadowed House approval of a more immediately significant
Towns and cities in Massachusetts have had to accept a state law that decriminalizes possession of small amounts of marijuana, but many local communities are
States across the U.S. are considering proposals to ease restrictions on alcohol sales in hopes of boosting tax revenues in a challenging fiscal environment, the
A study from the Substance Abuse and Mental Heath Services Administration (SAMHSA) says that prescription painkiller misuse among young adults has increased even as non-medical
New restrictions will be placed on prescription of two dozen powerful Schedule II narcotic drugs including OxyContin, methadone and morphine, the New York Times reported
A new federal cigarette tax increase is complicating efforts by states to use tobacco taxes to plug holes in budgets and fund programs, the Wall
A new study from researchers at the University of Virginia Health System suggests that a serotonin transporter gene — SLC6A4 — significantly influences the level
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