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The Chmura and RTI International uranium mining studies convey the same message — Southside could possibly reap economic benefits fromuranium mining, but those benefits could come at the cost of environmental and economic degradation.
According to a report published online in Preventive Medicine, a weight management intervention designed for military members who are inactive and retired, and their families, could improve their health in addition to lowering medical expenditures.
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A weight management program for inactive/retired U.S. military members and their families could improve health and cut medical costs, researchers say.
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For residents who need to get caught up on the uranium debate, a recently released report is a handy introduction and guide for how to think about or discuss the complex issues.
Reseachers say a uranium mine in Pittsylvania County could help the region's failing economy but could have a negative impact on the housing market and the environment.
Half of all stillbirths result from pregnancy disorders and conditions affecting the placenta, according to results reported by a National Institutes of Health research network established to find the causes of stillbirth as well as ways to prevent o
Uranium mining and milling in Southside Virginia would bring significant economic benefits to the region, but the increased prosperity could come with the potential of environmental risk, an independent study concluded Thursday.
Jhpiego has been awarded a $55 million five-year cooperative agreement from the U.S. Agency for International Development to collaborate on the implementation of Expanding Maternal and Neonatal Survival in Indonesia.