Researchers in the U.K have found that teens from more affluent families are more likely to drink than teens in poverty, although having a mother
All six Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) advisory committees will be meeting jointly on Mar. 29 – and you’re invited.
Talking with teens about alcohol and drinking can be difficult for parents — but emergency room doctors and Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) just made it a little easier.
A U.S. charity that had planned to pay British women abusing drugs to be sterilized is now paying them to have birth control devices implanted,
The Russian parliament has moved to legally classify beer as alcohol for the first time, the Telegraph reported Feb. 23. It is currently classified as
In a lawsuit brought by groups fighting underage drinking, a Nebraska judge has ruled that “alcopops” should be taxed like distilled spirits, not like beer,
The state of Illinois will cease to fund alcohol and drug treatment and prevention programs as of March 15, the News-Gazette reported Feb. 19. The
In a move that surprised officials in multiple states, Florida Governor Rick Scott proposed eliminating a long-awaited “pill mill” database designed to combat prescription drug
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