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No matter how fired up they are, fewer than 7 percent of the tens of millions of American cigarette smokers who attempt to quit each year stay abstinent for more than six months at a time, studies show.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday awarded $9 million to promote workplace health programs across the nation.
How much does America’s weight problem cost us in dollars and cents? Researchers have figured out the price just in medical care for conditions that could be blamed on obesity, such as diabetes, heart disease and high blood pressure.
Sometime after midnight on a moonlit rural Oregon highway, a state trooper checking a car he had just pulled over found pot on a passenger.
If your newborn carried an incurable condition, would you want to know?
Triangle Business Journal on Tuesday announced the winners of its 2011 Green Awards.
Jeffrey Henning reports from the Association of Survey Computing conference where the focus is on balancing the possibilities of technology, the expectations of clients and the requirements of respondents.
Georgia death row inmate Troy Davis was executed amid a massive outcry by Twitter users, who documented every minute of his final hours.
It has been clear for decades that the U.S. desperately needs a national energy policy. As many commentators have pointed out, developing such a policy would have been a productive response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
A novel but expensive way to keep greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere is poised for a test at a Polk County power plant.