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Prescription drug abuse means taking a prescription medication that is not prescribed for you, or taking it for reasons or in dosages other than as

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The Association for Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse is pleased to announce its 34th Annual AMERSA National Conference to be held on November

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Dissolvable-tobacco products like Camel Orbs, Sticks, and Strips pose a potentially fatal overdose risk to children and should be banned from sale until more safety

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About 30 percent of nonsmokers who develop lung cancer have an unusual variant of a gene called GPC5 that may make them more vulnerable to

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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) Tobacco Products Scientific Advisory Committee called on tobacco companies to provide manufacturing and marketing data related to menthol

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Researchers who studied teenagers’ social networks concluded that those who were sleep-deprived were more likely to use marijuana, and that the pattern tended to be

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College students who drank heavily the night before an exam performed surprisingly well on tests the next day, even though binge drinking was found to

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Researchers who studied mental function in women concluded that those with a past history of smoking may suffer cognitive impairment, whereas those who drank too

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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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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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