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Certified nursing assistants (CNAs) are an essential part of the long-term care workforce, but more than 60 percent of CNAs working in nursing homes experience work-related injuries, according to a study conducted by researchers at RTI International.
Steep projected costs for cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay could be trimmed by billions of dollars, a new study suggests, by allowing polluters to buy "credits" for less-expensive reductions made by others.
In a time of tightening budgets, government investment in prison-based drug treatment programs could help reduce overall criminal justice system costs, according to a study by researchers from RTI International and Temple University.
Kentucky has become the 17th state to opt out of the federal physician supervision requirement for certified registered nurse anesthetists, according to a news release from the state’s nurse anesthetists association.
The American Chemistry Council (ACC), Washington, D.C., has released a study showing that emerging technologies designed to convert plastics into fuels or raw materials could offer environmental benefits and cost savings compared with landfill dispo
A new study showing has shown that emerging new technologies designed to convert waste into fuels or raw materials offer environmental benefits and cost savings over landfill disposal.
Study: Technologies That Recover Energy From Waste Could Offer Environmental Benefits and Cost Savings for Communities
The American Chemistry Council (ACC) today released a new study showing that emerging new technologies designed to convert waste into fuels or raw materials offer environmental benefits and cost savings over landfill disposal.
USAID joined the Governor and Head Health Department of East Java officials launched the Expanding Maternal and Newborn Survival (EMAS) program in five districts in East Java, starting with Sidoarjo and Malang at the Annual Provincial Health Meeting,
While it is possible to see smoke, and even to some degree smog, it is sometimes hard to know what the quality of the air might be. For many, even a little pollution in the air can go a long way towards big respiratory problems.
The country director of a major global research organization recently said that Nigeria can eradicate malaria. Dr.