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Federal workshop explores the toll of extreme weather and other events on the elderly and vulnerable populations.
The NIEHS Environmental Health Sciences Core Centers meeting promoted collaborative science among researchers and communities.
Scientists joined artists at Sound Health: Music and the Mind, a collaboration between the Kennedy Center and National Institutes of Health.
NIEHS kicked off a new strategic planning process at the June 6 National Advisory Environmental Health Sciences Council meeting.
The latest findings on how exposures may influence epigenetic changes to stem cells were shared by leading experts at an NIEHS symposium.