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New research is part of a larger NIEHS effort to better understand PFAS chemicals.
NIEHS researchers found that newborn mice exposed to genistein, which mimics estrogen in the body, experienced pregnancy failure as adults.
Bacteria in some tumors may hinder cancer treatments.
Mice fed a diet rich in saturated fat showed dramatic changes in liver gene expression, which may explain how diet affects that organ.
A report coauthored by NIEHS epidemiologist Chandra Jackson could lead to better sleep health for disadvantaged groups.