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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.
This necklace may pollute your wardrobe, but being mindful of all the pollutants you're inhaling is always fashionable, not to mention beneficial for your health.
Country Director,Global Health Group RTI, International, Dr Jerome Mafeni has said that Nigeria will eradicate malaria considering the multiplicity and scaling of malaria interventions in the country.
Personal Exposure Monitoring Device Predicts Breathing Rates, Contributes to More Meaningful Environmental Dose Estimates
A new technology developed by a research team led by RTI International will help scientists better understand the relationship between environmental contaminants in the air and potential adverse health effects.
Many Employee Assistance Programs Lack a Comprehensive Approach to Addressing Intimate Partner Violence
A new study by researchers at the Johns Hopkins Center for Injury Research and Policy and RTI International finds employee assistance programs (EAPs), a standard benefit offered to employees at most large companies, are failing to identify individ
While nursing homes are the place where an estimated 30 percent of Americans die, there currently exists no way to compare which institutions do a better job at managing end of life care.
The American Society for Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery (ASMBS; Gainesville, Florida) met here in mid-June with its new banner that added "metabolic" to its previous name, remarking on the newest understanding of the complexity of obesity.