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Zadroga 9/11 health Fund Expanded Past Ground Zero to People in Neighborhood Sickened by WTC Attacks
The $2.7 billion Zadroga 9/11 fund to help sickened Ground Zero responders is set to include area residents who breathed in the poisons.
The rate of new HIV cases in gay and bisexual men may have dropped in California in the mid-2000's, suggests a new study published 30 years after the discovery of the virus that causes AIDS.
Dressed in work boots, jeans and a T-shirt, Brad McHugh, Habitat Wake’s construction manager, added a silk tie to his usual ensemble and joked that he wanted to make everyone feel at home.
Giving wealthier counties greater access to influenza vaccine than poorer counties could worsen a flu epidemic because poor areas have fairly high population densities with higher levels of interaction among households and communities, enabling the i
The US DOE has awarded a total of $14.8 million to accelerate the adoption of technologies that reduce costs and enhance product quality in SSL lighting. Other recipients include Cree, Lumileds, Soraa, Moser Baer and three US universities.
RTI International and Cree (Nasdaq: CREE) will receive seven-figure boosts for energy efficient lighting research from the federal government.
American-based consultancy Research Triangle Institute Health Solutions has relocated its main UK office to Towers Business Park in Didsbury, south Manchester.
The medical simulation industry has exploded in recent years, and that could cut down on errors by doctors and nurses.
Thirty years ago, on 4 June 1981, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention published a small case series of previously healthy homosexual men in Los Angeles who had contracted pneumocystis pneumonia.
Industry livelihood and modern conveniences versus uncompromised human and environmental health advocacy have framed what remains an open-ended debate over the safety of the widely used chemical bisphenol A.