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A federal program that let law enforcement trace cigarette packs from manufacturer to consumer would reduce interstate trafficking and boost the public health benefits of state cigarette tax policies, researchers say.
According to a new study, smoking tobacco or marijuana as well as the use of illegal drugs increases the risk of a stillbirth.
A study by Altarum Institute and RTI International has found that well-designed nutrition education programs can lead low-income families who participate in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) to make healthier food choices.
The digital maps we loved in 2013 didn't simply illustrate novel or useful information (how people travel, where they live, what it means to live without much money).
Although Amazon is not the first private company to announce plans to deliver goods to consumers via drones, it has certainly gotten the most attention
With helpful new recycling methods, scientists might actually be able to clean up the world's dirtiest fuel
Observing Turkey's ambitious FATIH initiative to provide all students with tablets and connect all classrooms
A number of places around the world have made very large, (hopefully) strategic investments in technology use across their formal education systems featuring so-called "1-to-1 computing", where every student has her own laptop or tablet learning devi
RTI International is working with the U.S. Agency for International Development, or USAID, to develop and test a new device whose use can prevent HIV for up to three months.
Hospitals, clinicians and health IT companies could be doing more to control EHR copy-and-pasting and over-documentation and prevent potential fraud, according to the HHS Inspector General.
Derek Brown, PhD, is an assistant professor at the George Warren Brown School of Social Work at Washington University in St. Louis, where he teaches applied linear modeling and health economics courses in the Master of Public Health curriculum