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U.S. & Zimbabwe Partner in Health Information Strengthening

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January 30, 2013

On December 20, the Ministry of Health and Child Welfare (MOHCW) will receive 58 laptop computers and 30 printers at the Christmas Pass Hotel (10:00am – 1:00pm) as a result of a partnership between the U.S.

RTI Tapped for $10.2M Disability Research Contract

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  • Washington Technology

January 28, 2013

RTI International has won a five-year, $10.2 million contract with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to advance developmental disability research.

Syringe Design Change Could Cut HIV Transmission

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  • Scientific American

January 28, 2013

Sharing syringes is a big no-no. But despite the warnings, needle sharing among injection drug users is still a significant cause for the spread of HIV and other infectious diseases.

Scott, Cabinet Approve No-bid Everglades Deal

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  • Miami Herald

January 23, 2013

Gov. Rick Scott and Cabinet granted 30-year leases to a pair of sugar growers over the objections of environmental groups that urged the panel to approve much shorter terms for tracts that drain into the Everglades.

Thinner Syringes May Reduce Risk of H.I.V.

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  • International Herald Tribune

January 22, 2013

A study suggests encouraging drug abusers to use thin syringes, which retain less fluid and the virus it may contain.

Thinner Syringes May Reduce Risk of H.I.V

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  • New York Times

January 21, 2013

A study suggests encouraging drug abusers to use thin syringes, which retain less fluid and the virus it may contain.

H-E-B Adding Nutrition Info

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  • San Antonio Express-News

January 21, 2013

Trying to decipher the nutrition panel on food packages can be an exercise in frustration.

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