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Kids who smoke menthol more likely to get hooked

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  • Chicago Tribune

October 30, 2012

Kids who experiment with menthol cigarettes are more likely to become habitual smokers than their peers who start out with the regular variety, new research findings suggest.

Super-storm Sandy Survival Guide

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  • BBC News

October 30, 2012

Though the flood waters are receding, millions of US citizens will remain without electricity until the end of the week or longer. Here's how to cope when the lights go out.

RTI International Opens Outpost in Kenya

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  • Triangle Business Journal

October 30, 2012

RTI International, one of the world’s largest nonprofit research organizations, has opened an office in Nairobi, Kenya.

Construction Begins on Biomass Fuel Development Facility at RTI

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  • Durham Herald-Sun

October 28, 2012

Research at RTI International into a production process to turn wood or other materials into a liquid that could be upgraded into a petroleum substitute is expected to move to the next step with the construction of a new facility in the Research Tria

U.S. Cuts Estimate of Sugar Intake

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  • New York Times

October 28, 2012

It was repeated so often it was accepted as true: the typical American consumed 95 to 100 pounds of sugar each year. Health experts said that consumption was surely contributing to a nationwide crisis of obesity.

RTI Hires Former Peace Corps Director

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  • Triangle Business Journal

October 23, 2012

Former RTI International executive Aaron Williams is returning to the Research Triangle Park-based nonprofit as executive vice president of the International Development Group.

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