RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— A DNA variant—located in the DNMT3B gene and commonly found in people of European and African descent—increases the likelihood of developing nicotine dependence, smoking heavily, and developing lung cancer, according to
Study shows students with the lowest student loan debt tend to default more than students carrying more debt
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC—As higher education tuition levels continue to rise, there’s concern that increasing student loan debt will lead to higher default rates.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that one in 10 pregnant women with confirmed Zika infection had a fetus or baby with Zika-related complications in 2016. The proportion of Zika-r
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC– Electronic Clinical Decision Support (CDS) tools provide doctors with up-to-date evidence and information—often at the point of care delivery—to guide patient care.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— As part of a new five-year award from the National Human Genome Research Institute, RTI International will expand the PhenX Toolkit, a web-based catalog of standard measures for use in collaborative research.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC — The RTI University Scholars Program supports highly talented academics who take scholarly leave from their home institutions to collaborate with RTI International research
RTI's Dr. Wendee Wechsberg to speak at North Carolina Chapter of U.S. National Committee for UN Women 4th Annual Luncheon
The North Carolina Chapter of the U.S. National Committee for UN Women is hosting its 4th Annual Luncheon on Tuesday, September 26th in Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. This year's theme is "Healthcare for Women." The purpose of this event is to educate participants on ways to improve...
If the minimum wage increased to $10, $12, or $15, how would long-term care providers and staff be affected?
WASHINGTON, DC – Federal, state, and union proposals have been introduced to increase the minimum wage to up to $15 per hour.
RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC— The ministries of health of Laos and Cambodia have eliminated trachoma as a public health problem according to a recent announcement by the World Health Organization (WHO).
Research Triangle Park, N.C.— A new report developed for the U.S.