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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

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All six Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) advisory committees will be meeting jointly on Mar. 29 – and you’re invited.

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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.

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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,

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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

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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,

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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

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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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NIATx is offering a free webinar on best practices in third-party billing.

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A 2010 survey of substance abuse treatment providers showed a field that expects continued barriers to patient access despite health care reform, especially as funding

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