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Funding for addiction treatment will fall from $30 million in 2010 to $28.7 million in 2011 under a new state budget plan, and state lawmakers

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The latest study to find a link between smoking and lowered risk of Parkinson’s disease says that the protective effect appears to be related to

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Individuals with a certain genetic predisposition to lung cancer should avoid cigarette smoke altogether or risk developing the disease, researchers say. A new study from

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Smokers slowly build up nicotine levels to a peak, rather than receiving a burst of the drug in their brain with each drag, according to

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More people die of cocaine overdoses on hot days, possibly because the drug raises body temperatures, according to researchers. Study author Amy Bohnert of the

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Seeking to prevent impulse purchases, the government of Norway has prohibited retailers from publicly displaying cigarettes in stores, but tobacco company Philip Morris is going

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Washington, DC –- Faces & Voices of Recovery and Hazelden’s Center for Public Advocacy announced the America Honors Recovery awards to recognize 2010’s most influential

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Poor drug addicts around the world face a host of problems from stigma and imprisonment to lack of treatment, according to the head of the United

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Misuse of prescription drugs is a growing problem on college campuses, where the drugs are used recreationally as well as to aid in studying, the

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Many people with addictions can’t access rehabilitation services, but if you’re a celebrity like Charlie Sheen you can get treatment even if you don’t currently

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