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Three Indiana residents were randomly chosen as winners of the 2011 Quit Now Indiana Contest. Jeanetta Browne of Indianapolis received $2,500, Estefania Garces of Elkhart received $1,500, and Marcia Chaney of Markleville was awarded $1,000 for staying...
TribLocal - Downers Grove » NewsA Westmont man was arrested for smoking cigarettes and drinking inside the same Downers Grove laundromat twice in two days, police said. Officers were called …...
The 33 NewsA new survey is drawing a lot of controversy. The results said teens that used social network websites like Facebook were more likely to get involved in drinking alcohol and smoking cigarettes or pot. The survey by the National Center on Addiction and...
Fewer American adults are smoking cigarettes and those who still smoke have cut back, but the rate of decline has begun to slow, U.S. health experts said Tuesday. Smoking and exposure to secondhand smoke are the leading cause of preventable deaths and...
Researchers find possible drug target for PTSD (Source: Reuters) People with post-traumatic stress disorder appear to have lower levels of a specific kind of brain chemical known as serotonin 1B, and targeting this with drugs could lead to the first...
We're pleased to see North Central Michigan College joining the growing trend of banning tobacco use. Effective Aug. 1, North Central Michigan College in Petoskey will implement a campus-wide tobacco free policy. This means employees, students and...
ReutersNEW YORK -- Most Americans want smoking banned in all public places but only 19 percent believe that cigarette smoking should be illegal in the United States, a Gallup poll published on Friday said. The Princeton, New Jersey-based pollster found in its...
Four U.S. senators and health officials from the cities hosting theWorld Series are urging the baseball players union to agree to a ban on chewing tobacco at games and on camera. The senators, including No. 2 Democrat Dick Durbin of Illinois, and...
WDBJ-TV Anchor/Reporter"Up in Smoke" That's what anti-smoking advocates say has happened to a significant amount of money spent every year to spread smoking prevention messages to your children. The money doesn't come from taxpayers. It comes from tobacco companies. The...
COSTA MESA — The City Council gave preliminary approval this week to an ordinance that would ban smoking at all city parks. Going along with a Parks and Recreation Commission recommendation, the council in a 4-1 vote Tuesday night approved the...
PIX11.comWhen we think of addictions, drugs and alcohol usually come to mind; but did you know that soda is the most common everyday addiction in the nation? From soda, to blackberries, to caffeine and more, Interventionist and Author Brad Lamm stopped by with...
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