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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) plans to collect $23 million in fees from the tobacco industry this year to pay for regulation of

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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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Nonprofits are experiencing delays in public funding as a number of states struggle to approve budget plans in the face of massive revenue shortfalls, the

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Test-marketing of Marlboro Snus will give way to broader sales of the product, a form of smokeless tobacco that manufacturer Philip Morris USA is pitching

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Alcohol use can disrupt the body’s natural clock and sleeping patterns for days after consumption ends, according to a new animal study. Science Daily reported

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Men who smoke marijuana may have more problems achieving orgasm during sex than abstainers, according to a new Australian study. New Scientist reported Aug. 24

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Russian President Dmitri Medvedev, who calls alcoholism a “national calamity,” plans to work with the nation’s parliament this fall to tackle the country’s drinking problem

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Children have long been able to drink in bars in Wisconsin if they are accompanied by a parent or guardian over age 21, but lawmakers

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A survey of 12- to 17-year-olds in the U.S. has found that about 20 percent said they have given their prescription drugs like Oxycontin and

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Ever wonder how the federal government decides the amount of money to give states and other recipients of addiction treatment and prevention funding? The Substance

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