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North Carolina researchers gathered to discuss a group of chemicals called PFAS that contaminate some of the state’s drinking water.
The state of opioid-related hazards in the workplace was the focus of the 2018 Worker Training Program workshop at NIEHS.
After Hurricane Florence devastated southeastern North Carolina, NIEHS grantees hit the ground running to test for contaminants.