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A study of 1,700 smokers concludes that those who smoke menthol cigarettes have more difficulty quitting, possibly because they take in more nicotine and carbon

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The use of cocaine and amphetamines among high school seniors in the U.S. continues to decrease, according to recently released data from the 2008 Monitoring

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A growing number of U.S. states now require the sale of so-called ’fire-safe’ cigarettes, using local fire codes to get around lax federal cigarette regulations,

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Draft regulations intended to govern Michigan’s new medical-marijuana law came under attack in a public hearing, the Detroit Free Press reported, Jan. 6. The regulations,

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Lung cancer remains the leading cause of cancer death in the United States, killing 160,390 people in 2007, according to the Lung Cancer Alliance. Roughly

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Aggressive action against the tobacco industry is expected to gather steam with the arrival of the new Congress and the beginning of the Obama administration, the

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SECAD 2009: Feb. 9-11, Sheraton Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, Ga. Vendome Group, publishers of Addiction Professional and Behavioral Healthcare Magazines, is pleased to announce that in

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In an effort to delay public smoking bans in China, the British American Tobacco Company (BAT) spread the message that secondhand smoke and smoking-related diseases

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