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As more and more of the nation has acted to protect employees from being poisoned on the job, our Legislature has steadfastly refused to adopt smoke-free workplace laws.
Carolina Parenting Inc. has announced the N.C. Family-Friendly 50 for 2013 — the 15th anniversary of the program that honors companies for helping employees achieve work-life balance with innovative programs and benefits.
A daylong symposium in Research Triangle Park gave participants perspective on how the health care systems in the U.S. and Taiwan are different – and, in some ways, similar.
Use of a new genotype/phenotype resource should help researchers better determine the links between genetics, disease, health, and the environment.
The launch of the Samoa SchoolNet and Community Access project this Monday will be a milestone for education in Samoa.
RTI International has joined a Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)-led consortium to better understand the long-term effects of mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) or concussions in US military personnel and veterans.
The U.S. military is turning to RTI International and other researchers in an attempt to better understand "combat-related mild traumatic brain injury."
With four major universities in the area, Raleigh always seems to have something fun for its residents to enjoy.
With the support of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), RTI International plans to enhance a web-based system that enables researchers to connect the dots between complex genetics, health, disease and other data, the group announced
For a Clueless Chick, Jennifer Durbin does a lot of things right.