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Jeffrey Henning reports from the Association of Survey Computing conference where the focus is on balancing the possibilities of technology, the expectations of clients and the requirements of respondents.
Georgia death row inmate Troy Davis was executed amid a massive outcry by Twitter users, who documented every minute of his final hours.
It has been clear for decades that the U.S. desperately needs a national energy policy. As many commentators have pointed out, developing such a policy would have been a productive response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
A novel but expensive way to keep greenhouse gases like carbon dioxide out of the atmosphere is poised for a test at a Polk County power plant.
New Publication on Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) Demonstration Link Remote Patient Monitoring to Reduced Costs and Mortality
Use of Bosch Healthcare's Health Buddy System associated with noted changes in health outcomes and healthcare spending reductions up to 13 percent
Use of illicit drugs by youth is still way down from earlier in the decade, but ticked up slightly last year, according to this year’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health.
Violent crime could be reduced significantly if cities limit the number of neighborhood liquor stores and ban the sale of single-serve containers of alcoholic beverages. That’s according to separate studies led by UC Riverside researchers.
Violent crime could be reduced significantly if policymakers at the local level limit the number of neighborhood liquor stores and ban the sale of single-serve containers of alcoholic beverages, according to separate studies led by University of Cali
A senior toxicologist at RTI International whose expertise includes research on bisphenol A, or BPA, a chemical found in food containers and household products, will now advise the National Sanitation Foundation International on reproductive and toxi
Packing some extra pounds comes with a hefty cost.