Dr. Francheska Merced-Nieves delves into the intricate relationship between prenatal exposures to metal mixtures and their impact on child health, shedding light on a critical area of research.
A blog post by Dr. Bob Wright on how we could better understand the relationships between memory, cognition, behavior and health.
In the realm of environmental health, a concerning study has unveiled that Asian Americans may face significantly higher exposure to “Toxic Forever” Chemicals, highlighting the need for further investigation and environmental advocacy.
“Our America: Trouble on Tap” is a three-part documentary series that looks at how environmental pollution, climate change and aging infrastructure are gradually eroding the ability for more and more communities across the United States to have access to free and potable drinking water.
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