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Will Uganda legalise growth of marijuana?...

Sources revealed that a number of high-profile meetings have been going on recently, involving multiple government agencies led by the health ministry,...

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Are politicians promoting alcohol abuse?...

Alex Gitta who contested as Member of Parliament for Entebbe municipality on FDC ticket said, it has always been the youths who demand alcohol during political...

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The time bomb of illicit drugs, alcohol abuse...

A study on drug and substance abuse in schools found that between 60 to 70 per cent of the students used illicit drugs with alcohol

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Evangelists: Irresponsible fathers fuel drug...

The father’s role in parenting creates the child’s vision as many look up to them.

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More than 100 killed since Philippine police...

Duterte was elected in 2016 on a promise to eradicate drugs, and launched an unprecedented campaign in which -- rights activists allege -- as many as 12,000...

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'Happy' to kill: Philippine leader's views...

Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the European Union have all criticised the controversial leader for his bombastic statements appearing to...

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The youth preach against drug abuse

New Vision TV offers analyzed news content on trending stories in Uganda, be it politics, business, and the day today life.

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The best way to treat drug abuse is prevention...

According to NDA, the most common drugs used include cocaine, heroin, alcohol and cannabis.

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'Addiction is a crisis, not a character flaw'...

"Substance-use disorders represent one of the most pressing public health crises of our time."

Two on the run over opium growing

Police on Sunday arrested one of the suspects

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