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A survey of college students has found that use of electronic cigarettes is associated with compromised overall sleep health, in a fashion similar to what users of conventional cigarettes experience.
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The federal government will take steps to clear the market of unauthorized flavored e-cigarettes, which many blame for a rise in youth vaping.
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Only three programs identified in a review of post-opioid overdose interventions have been subject to rigorous review, leaving many questions unanswered about how best to organize these efforts.
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An American Addiction Centers survey offers significant evidence of a culture of casual substance use within the food service industry.
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Research at Duke University links the incarceration of a parental figure to development of a substance use disorder and other adverse outcomes in children.
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Kevin Sabet states that recent findings linking expanded access to marijuana with reductions in opioid-related deaths have been thoroughly rebutted.
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RAND researchers have issued new estimates of illicit drug spending, at a time marked by a reduced number of reliable information sources.
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Gateway Foundation's Project Warm Handoff is creating continuing-care opportunities for hospital patients with opioid use problems.
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Researchers and advocates are decrying Juul Labs' hiring of a researcher who has been outspoken in the past on the dangers of underage vaping.
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Michael Weiner, PhD, MCAP
Some responses to a post on the concept of tough love suggest that more needs to be done to combat stigma.
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Binge drinking, often associated with young adults, isn't as rare as some might think among older Americans, a recent U.S. study suggests.
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