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San Francisco, CA — With colored-coded maps published online, Marin Institute illustrates how inflation has decreased the value of low beer taxes, while state budget

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Gorging on greasy bar snacks often accompanies a night of drinking, and a new federal study shows that the more people drink, the worse their

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A new report from the British Columbia Center for Excellence in HIV/AIDS suggests that  law-enforcement crackdowns on drug gangs could backfire by creating instability that

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Past research has shown a reduction in heart attacks after communities ban indoor smoking, and a new study finds that limiting exposure to indoor tobacco

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A Wal-Mart employee injured on the job was fired after testing positive for marijuana use, even though he was legally allowed to use the drug

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A new study finds that a marketing campaign for Camel No. 9 cigarettes has a major impact on the brand preference expressed by girls ages

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Drivers in Norway and Sweden caught behind the wheel with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) higher than .02 percent can face drunk-driving charges, and now the

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Pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline has closed a deal to license and market the NicVAx antismoking vaccine developed by Nabi Pharmaceuticals, the Associated Press reported March 9.

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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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White House Office of National Drug Control Policy Director Gil Kerlikowske told an international conference that driving under the influence of prescription and illicit drugs

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