[caption id="attachment_38170" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="Fifteen percent of students say they've gambled on casino games."][/caption]

Higher-education officials, students, and their parents might be able to better identify the signs of gambling addiction on campus thanks to a new website that provides reams of research and advice on how to help students with a bona fide gambling problem.

Launched March 29 by the National Center for Responsible Gambling (NCRG), CollegeGambling.org has facts sheets, research papers, and tips aimed at college health professionals, campus administrators, parents, and students hoping...

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