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The N.C. Zoo is kicking off its 40th Anniversary celebration this weekend with the opening of two new exhibits — the renovated and expanded kidZone and “Bugs: An Epic Adventure” — and a variety of entertainment.
MORE than 1,000 teacher supervisors will use technology to help improve the quality of teaching in classrooms.
Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology Professor Jacob Kaimenyi is taken through the Tablets by Deputy of Head of Office, the Department for International Development (DFID) Kenya Dr.
The researchers concluded that as long as the price of a statin remained low – 13 cents a pill – and did not reduce quality of life for patients, it was not cost-effective to perform a CAC test to target the drug therapy only toward those at increase
Two common procedures to treat pelvic-organ prolapse without vaginal mesh are comparable in safety and efficacy, according to research published in the latest issue of the Journal of the American Medical Association.
This week, I spoke with recruiters from RTI International who will be attending Devex’s 6th Annual International Development Career Forum in Washington, D.C.
Aged whiskey, high-speed laptops, extra-ply toilet paper--sometimes, ponying up for name brands buys higher quality.
It’s a complicated time to be an electricity-generating company in the United States.
Policies banning tobacco displays may deter adult smoking; graphic health warning sign at point of sale might not
Polices that ban tobacco product displays at point of sale may reduce adults smoking by deterring purchases, though a single graphic health warning sign at the POS may not, according to a study by researchers at RTI International and Tarheel Techn
Towering two meters tall, Holden, the president and chief executive of RTI International, was in Sulawesi to support USAID-Kinerja programs to promote breast-feeding, improve safe maternal delivery practices and strengthen the management of public