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Americans who use illegal diet pills from South America are taking amphetamines without knowing it and seriously risking both their health and...
US scientists studying brain cells in mice found that a single cell in the front part of the brain can hold fleeting traces of memories on its own...
Commenting on statistics published today which show that over a third of adults exceed the daily limits for regular drinking, Dr Peter Carter, RCN...
Laurie Hawn, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre, on behalf of the Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, announced that the...
New Jersey's first needle-exchange program in Atlantic City is seeing some success in distributing clean needles but relatively less success in...
New legislation that has come into effect this month will introduce tougher penalties on businesses that breach health and safety regulations....
A new study from the Telethon Institute for Child Health Research has revealed the consequences of heavy and binge drinking on pregnancy even...
The Youth Rehabilitation and Treatment Center at Geneva (YRTC-G) received a three-year reaccreditation this month from the national Commission on...
Infants exposed prenatally to cocaine react more emotionally to stress and appear to have fewer stress-reducing coping strategies than infants...
The abuse and addiction potentials of opioid analgesics prescribed for patients with chronic pain have been of great concern. However, current...
Full Title: Alcohol Taxes Have Clear Effect On Drinking - New Study Reports Re-Analyses Of Over 30 Years Of Research With many local and...
New research has revealed that people who drink alcohol in a group assess risk better and are less likely to make mistakes than those who drink...
Rats whose mothers were fed alcohol during pregnancy are more attracted to the smell of liquor during puberty. Researchers writing in BioMed...
Full title: Early Endothelial Dysfunction As A Marker Of Vasculogenic Erectile Dysfunction In Young Habitual Cannabis Users UroToday.com - This...
The vast majority of prisoners who could benefit from drug abuse treatment do not receive it, despite two decades of research that demonstrate its...
New research conducted at Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health indicates that the advertising of alcohol in predominantly...
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