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Majority of Children Remain at Home After Maltreatment Investigation, Says Report Read more: Majority of Children Remain at Home After Maltreatment Investigation, Says Report
A new report finds that kids who remain in the home after maltreatment investigation may require mental health interventions.
At the sixth International Conference on Diagnostic Error in Medicine on Wednesday, Dr.
Despite low retail and avoided-cost rates, legislative threats and a regulated electricity market, North Carolina’s solar-market growth accelerated in 2013.
Eighteen months after the close of a child maltreatment investigation, nearly 80 percent of children are still living in the home with their parents or primary caregivers according to a new report from RTI International and the U.S Dept.
“Why are academically gifted students from poor families less likely to attend top-ranked colleges and universities than equally smart kids from wealthy families?"
RTI International issued the following news release: Tim Gabel, executive vice president of Social, Statistical and Environmental Sciences at RTI International, will represent RTI on the executive board of directors for the North Carolina Military Fo
Two recent reports reached different conclusions regarding the question of whether to tax sugar-sweetened beverages.
India is recording a whopping 5.2 million injuries each year due to medical errors and adverse events.
For decades, a monument to the 1950s has shimmered in the woods due northwest of Raleigh, an enduring tribute to the time when cars were king, suburban living was the idyll, and the fruits of American invention seemed limitless.
The Food and Drug Administration plans to spend up to $273 million over five years to operate 14 tobacco centers of regulatory science, two of which will be based at UNC Chapel Hill.