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The anti-consumption movement invokes imagery of foreign invaders, poisoned farmland and exploited workers, researchers in India and Canada said. Study authors Rohit Varman of the Indian Institute of Management in Kolkata and Russell W.
According to a nationwide research study released on Wednesday, cocaine abuse in England rose significantly in the five years between 2003 and 2008.
Officials at the Center for Food Safety in Hong Kong reported finding trace amounts of cocaine in cans of "Red Bull Cola," "Red Bull Sugar-free" and "Red Bull Energy Drink".
Authorities in Spain said they have seized a 42-piece dinner set made from 42 pounds of cocaine and arrested the intended recipient. Police said a 35-year-old Spanish man, identified only as JVLL, was arrested and charged with an offense against public health after police seized the package in an international
The United Nationsâ€™ International Narcotics Control Board (INCB) warned on Thursday against underestimating the risks of cannabis.
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Feb. 2 /PRNewswire/ -- Red Moon Marketing, Coca-Cola Consolidated and Coca-Cola North America have joined forces again to help the environment.
A southern Sweden woman who claims to be addicted to Coca Cola will be allowed to enter an addiction treatment clinic, a court ruled.
Class Action Lawsuit Alleges Deceptive Advertising Claims NEW YORK, Jan.
When given a choice between viewing pictures of cocaine or other images, cocaine addicted individuals prefer to look at cocaine, U.S. researchers learned. Scott Moeller, a psychology graduate student at the University of Michigan who worked with researchers at the U.S.
When given a choice between viewing pictures of cocaine and a variety of other images, cocaine addicted individuals, as compared to healthy, non-addicted research subjects, show a clear preference for the drug-related images.
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