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The NIEHS Partnerships for Environmental Public Health celebrated 10 years of using science to improve lives across the country.
Exposure to microplastics is widespread and well documented, but health effects are unclear.
NIEHS scientists show how the TLR5 pathway activates and worsens lung inflammation after contact with airborne substances.
Christopher Weis and others discussed updating methods to test talc-containing products for asbestos and similar particles.
The big data era calls for creating common vocabularies, recruiting expertise, and serving different uses and users.
The April 6 event features an international group of researchers and is free to attend in person or watch online.
A Duke University surgeon explained how breast cancer outcomes vary significantly between black and white women.
Focus is on using approaches more relevant to humans when studying chemicals.
Experts at a North Carolina State University meeting examined how toxicants may affect brain development.
Voices Unheard gathers stories of residents and former workers around Superfund sites in Arizona.
Kami Silk, Ph.D., helps healthcare providers better explain to patients how environmental factors can contribute to the disease.
Leaders from business, academia, nonprofits, and government shared advice with students and scientists during a Feb. 7 networking event.
A lunch-and-learn event co-sponsored by NIEHS offered insight into how music and the brain interact, and live jazz improvisation.
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