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Toxicologists and other scientists explored new ways to study these complex chemicals.
The largest, most comprehensive study to date of this phase of puberty in girls will help researchers find signs of regular and irregular cycles.
Lavender oil and tea tree oil contain compounds that mimic or oppose the actions of sex hormones and may be considered endocrine disruptors.
Researchers hope that understanding the causes of debilitating lung disease may lead to better prevention and treatment.
National Institutes of Health scientists responded to concerns about air pollution, pregnancy, and child health via Reddit Ask Me Anything.
The National Toxicology Program invited outside experts to review its first technical reports related to developmental and reproductive toxicology.
Graphene film may be an alternative to chemicals now used in insect repellants and protective clothing.
As an NIEHS neurobiologist, Jensen developed new tools used by researchers around the world.
The data principles known as FAIR improve drug studies and are integral to the new NIEHS Informatics and Information Technology roadmap.
A Fulbright award allowed Suk to collaborate extensively with researchers in Thailand and surrounding countries.
She was a pioneering researcher, a passionate mentor, and an engaged member of the broader scientific community.
From NIEHS scientists and grantees comes the first report of a protein — called UV-DDB — involved in two ancient DNA repair pathways.
Duke University dean explains how recent catastrophic fires resulted from long-term trends in climate, housing, fire suppression, and more.
Matthew Schellenberg, Ph.D., says the knowledge and skills he gained at NIEHS paved the way for his exciting career opportunity.
College students practice communication skills in addition to performing scientific research during their summer at NIEHS
Through the Feds Feed Families program, NIEHS donated 3,470 pounds of food and other necessities to local communities.
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