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Implementing an Evidence-Based Fall Prevention Intervention in Community Senior Centers

Tai Ji Quan: Moving for Better Balance, a falls prevention program developed by ORI scientist Fuzhong Li, Ph.D., is cost-effective and successful when used by community senior centers.

Categories: ORI Publication Announcement

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Research Results Support Standards for Carcinogens in Smokeless Tobacco

Levels of nicotine and tobacco-specific nitrosamines (TSNA) in smokeless tobacco products play a significant role in carcinogen exposure levels.

Categories: ORI Publication Announcement

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Increased Brain Activity Predicts Future Substance Use

ORI senior scientist Eric Stice publishes new findings on brain responsivity in relation to substance abuse.

Categories: Press Releases, ORI Publication Announcement

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ORI Settles into New Eugene Offices

Dan Hoechlin wears a slight, constant smile while showing visitors his workplace. That’s understandable. Hoechlin and the 200 other employees at Oregon Research Institute in Eugene have happily

Categories: ORI Publication Announcement

Type: News

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Soda habit may alter brain response to Coke ads

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Teens who drink lots of Coca-Cola have a different brain response to ads featuring the beverage's iconic logo than their peers who aren't Coke drinkers, according to a new

Categories: ORI Publication Announcement

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