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Researchers to Address Effects of the Global Opioid Epidemic on Women and Families, as Well as Marijuana Use Among Teens
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Women and their families and the devastating effects of the global opioid epidemic, along with the increasing use of marijuana by teenagers, are the focus of leading public health researchers and other experts this week at the 11th International Women’s and Children’s Health...
Several RTI researchers will be presenting during the 2019 North American Cannabis Summit, being held January 28-30.
Health equity remains an elusive challenge to address within our healthcare system.
Marijuana-focused mass media campaigns of the past focused solely on discouraging initiation and ongoing use.
What are you doing to prevent substance abuse? Stop by RTI International’s booth at the National Prevention Network Conference to share your ideas and see what others are doing.
RTI International is pleased to support the 2018 National Academy for State Health Policy’s annual conference.
New study suggests medical marijuana legalization may be associated with higher rates of mental illness
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—There may be a link between medical marijuana laws and mental illness, according to a new study published today in the International Review of Psychiatry . In the first study of its kind, researchers at RTI International found that states with liberal medical...
Whether you work in an office job, retail, the service industry, or education, the person working beside you may have a substance use disorder. It should not be surprising to know that of the millions of adults struggling with drug use, more than half are employed. About 7.2 million U.S...