Morning Roundup: April 30, 2012
Anti-alcohol meds found to be underprescribed, secondhand smoke permeates apartment buildings, and Germans debate booze bans to derail "party trains."
- Anti-Alcohol Meds Underprescribed Owing to Lack of Physician Access [Medscape]
- Study: Secondhand Smoke Permeates Many Apartment Buildings [US News]
- Medical Marijuana Becomes Key Issue in Oregon Race [KVAL.com]
- French Journalist "Abducted" in Farc Raid in Colombia [BBC]
- British Prime Minister's Former Lover Kicked Drugs Then Became a Nun [Daily Mirror]
- Will Alcohol Bans Stop German Party Trains? [ABC]