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Educational Video Could Improve Food Safety at Home
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Educational Video Could Improve Food Safety at Home

July 14, 2020
COVID Testing and Screening Experts Available to Comment on Testing Positive for COVID-19
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COVID Testing and Screening Experts Available to Comment on Testing Positive for COVID-19

October 02, 2020
New RTI and USAID Partnership Aims to Help Young Children Thrive in Cambodia
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New RTI and USAID Partnership Aims to Help Young Children Thrive in Cambodia

August 13, 2020
RTI International and Rush University Partner to Fund Global and Local  COVID-19 Response Projects as Part of New Research Initiative
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RTI International and Rush University Partner to Fund Global and Local COVID-19 Response Projects as Part of New Research Initiative

October 12, 2020
Social Environment Factors Can Exacerbate Effects of Family History of Drinking Problems, Study Shows
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Social Environment Factors Can Exacerbate Effects of Family History of Drinking Problems, Study Shows

October 13, 2020
National Coalition Awarded Over $30 Million to Tackle Opioid Epidemic
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National Coalition Awarded Over $30 Million to Tackle Opioid Epidemic

October 23, 2020
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First Supervised Drug-Use Site Poised to Open in Philadelphia

February 27, 2020 - The Wall Street Journal
New Platform Will Track Pipeline of Medicines Donated to Treat NTDs
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New Platform Will Track Pipeline of Medicines Donated to Treat NTDs

January 07, 2020
Expert Available to Comment on COVID-19’s Impact on Health Systems and Essential Services, Globally
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Expert Available to Comment on COVID-19’s Impact on Health Systems and Essential Services, Globally

April 08, 2020
RTI in the Media

How digital drug users could help to halt the US opioid epidemic

August 28, 2018 - Nature
RTI in the Media

Fentanyl test strips lead to more caution among illicit drug users

October 03, 2018 - The Washington Post
RTI in the Media

Service workers say supervised injection facilities could cut restroom overdoses

November 28, 2018 - Reuters
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USPSTF: Evidence Lacking for Prevention of Child Maltreatment

November 29, 2018 - Physician's Briefing
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TBJ Opioid Panel: Treatment Begins with Awareness and Understanding

January 21, 2019 - Triangle Business Journal
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Assessing the High Costs of Health Care

January 22, 2019 - Chain Drug Review
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Massachusetts Joins Pilot Program to Rate Addiction Treatment Providers

February 22, 2019 - Worcester Telegram & Gazette
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CBD Is Getting Buzz, but Does It Work? And Is It Legal?

April 02, 2019 - Associated Press
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NC Schools Aren't Required to Test for Lead in Their Water, a New Bill Would Change That

April 16, 2019 - WUNC
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HHS Launches Program to Cut Opioid Overdoses by 40 Percent in Three Years

April 19, 2019 - Washington Post
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HHS Announces $350M Study Aimed at Creating 'Blueprint' for Curbing Opioid Abuse

April 19, 2019 - Fierce Healthcare
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US Health Agency Pours $350 Million into Fight Against Opioid Crisis

April 19, 2019 - Nature
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Fentanyl Speedballs Are the Latest Disturbing Trend in America's Opioid Crisis

April 29, 2019 - Vice
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Data Show the First Supervised Injection Site in the U.S., Although Illegal, Prevented Overdose Deaths

April 30, 2019 - The Globe and Mail
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Almost Half of U.S. Workplaces Offer Health, Wellness Programs

May 09, 2019 - HR Dive
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Nearly Half of Juul's Followers on Twitter Last Year Were Teens, Report Claims

May 21, 2019 - Gizmodo