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Substance abuse among veterans is prevalent, especially among those returning from Iraq and Afghanistan.
Researchers are trying to make sure the vaccines are safe and effective, and it looks like there could be relief in sight for millions of people who suffer from substance addiction.
Remember Devdas? Anyone who is an alcoholic or a substance addict can't be high on life, goes the basic premise.
Jeff Morris Web Producer: Jeff Morris Also Contributing: Mamie Buoy Reported: Jun. 17, 2013 4:06 PM EDT Updated: Jun. 17, 2013 4:16 PM EDT A Kanawha County circuit judge reduced the bond for the son of Charleston Mayor Danny Jones provided that he meet certain conditions, including receiving treatment at a substance abuse facility.
The title says it all; marriages are full of different difficult issues. Every day a couple can be faced with some very uncomfortable news about one of the kids.
With over one-third of college students abusing prescription ADD and ADHD medications, Senator Schumer is calling on colleges and universities to prevent the rise of "academic doping."
East Tennessee State University has received a more-than-$2.2 million grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse to launch a research program aimed at battling prescription drug abuse.
Things are going to be busy at Nashville International and on the roads this morning.
Ozzy Osbourne and the members of Black Sabbath worked hard to create a dark aura around their band in the late 1960s, laying down a proto-metal blueprint for a legion of groups to follow.
For the past three years on Mother's Day and Father's Day, Irene Johnson makes her way out here to Vander Veer Park as part of the 3rd annual QC Walk for America to honor her son, Larry Johnson, who died in 1995.
Grant County youth and community members have a chance to share their views on substance abuse at several focus groups being held this month in Silver City and Bayard.
There are plenty of good reasons for the N.H. Senate to support the proposed Medicaid expansion through the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act.