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Low-level prenatal tobacco exposure was “associated with deficits in both motor and cognitive development, but only for black children,” said Kimberly Yolton, Ph.D., detailing the

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U.S. officials had hoped that charging Mexican drug traffickers under tough U.S. drug laws would have a deterrent effect, but so far the cartels don’t

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The CannBe program of Oakland, Calif., and its Harborside Health Center have distanced their medical-marijuana operations from the counterculture and are hoping to be in

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Children whose parents allow them to watch R-rated movies are more likely to drink alcohol than their peers, exclusive of any other parenting decisions, according

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Swayed by lobbying from a man with rhumatoid arthritis, a Tennessee House of Representatives committee voted this week to authorize a study of medical marijuana,

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One-third of American drinkers over age 60 consume excessive amounts of alcohol, are at risk of dangerous interactions between alcohol and medications, or have illnesses

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New research shows that high levels of substance use among young adults are linked to problematic levels of indoor tanning, perhaps because of a similar

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Food and Drug Administration (FDA) staffers have questioned whether a proposed new drug that would add the B vitamin niacin to oxycodone in order to

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Parents who suspect that their kids are using drugs can now rent a retired drug dog from a Chandler, Ariz., woman to help sniff out

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Moderate alcohol consumption among young adults appears to have similar protective benefits for heart health as those seen in older adults, although it has been

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