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The elder-care industry’s diversity shows up most clearly, perhaps, in the patchwork of state and federal agencies that regulate it.
The high costs of long-term care (LTC) -- medical and nonmedical services for those who cannot care for themselves -- place a growing burden on the elderly and disabled, on their families, and on state and federal budgets.
Top Student, Top School? How Social Class Shapes Where Valedictorians Go To College by Alexandria Walton Radford
After reading this book, I was reminded of an important point.
Genetic tests to help oncologists determine the previously unknown origin of metastatic tumors work moderately well, members of a Medicare coverage advisory committee were told.
Twenty years ago, supporters of a Massachusetts tobacco tax increase had lofty goals for the money it would bring in.
Carbon dioxide capture technology developed by RTI International will be tested in Norway through a pilot project at a Norwegian cement plant
Residents in Lower Delaware were concerned about lung cancer rates near a coal-fired power plant. In response, state officials conducted a first-of-its-kind study. The results of that study were released Tuesday.
E-cigarettes, more formally electronic nicotine delivery systems, were introduced in 2007. They are battery powered, cigarette shaped devices that vaporize nicotine so that it can be inhaled. E-cigarettes are currently a relatively tiny market.
RTI International webinar on backlogs in crime labs and their impact on the justice system
The initial success rates of the most durable surgery for a common condition in women declines over the long term, according to data published today in the Journal of the American Medical Association.