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Analysis finds moderate level of evidence that workplace exposure is associated with increased risk of miscarriage and genetic damage
Participants in the International Conference on One Medicine One Science explored the intersection of human, animal, and environmental health.
Advisors explored the National Toxicology Program’s role as the field transforms to a more predictive science.
A panel of experts agreed with National Toxicology Program conclusions on long-term neurological effects of exposure to nerve agent.
The NIEHS advisory group voted to continue the student grants, and heard talks on children’s health, cyber needs, and clean cookstoves.
NTP is part of a new interagency research collaboration to foster more novel, human-relevant safety testing methods
Superfund Research Program scientists at Texas A&M host the first disaster research response workshop aimed at grad students and postdocs.
Environmental health research may play a role in addressing health disparities among LGBT populations.