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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Collection Makes Waves on Amazon
Ben Affleck Feels Like Jennifer Lopez ‘Has a Hard Time Feeling Satisfied,’ Source Says
Ashley Tisdale Reacts to ‘High School Musical’ Co-Star Vanessa Hudgens’ Pregnancy
Singapore Airlines CEO apologises for ‘traumatic experience’
Jennifer Lopez Rocks Wedding Ring on Carpet Amid Ben Affleck Rumors
Knife attack in China primary school leaves two dead
American Idol Season 22 Winner Revealed
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi killed in helicopter crash – state TV
Scarlett Johansson, Rami Malek & More Stars You Didn’t Know Are a Twin
Slovakia PM Fico ‘approaching a positive prognosis’
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The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Collection Makes Waves on Amazon Ben Affleck Feels Like Jennifer Lopez ‘Has a Hard Time Feeling Satisfied,’ Source Says Ashley Tisdale Reacts to ‘High School Musical’ Co-Star Vanessa Hudgens’ Pregnancy Singapore Airlines CEO apologises for ‘traumatic experience’ Jennifer Lopez Rocks Wedding Ring on Carpet Amid Ben Affleck Rumors Knife attack in China primary school leaves two dead American Idol Season 22 Winner Revealed Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi killed in helicopter crash – state TV Scarlett Johansson, Rami Malek & More Stars You Didn’t Know Are a Twin Slovakia PM Fico ‘approaching a positive prognosis’
May
2024
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Biden-Harris Administration Reports Significant Progress Toward Protecting Children from Lead Poisoning

The President’s Task Force on Environmental Health Risks and Safety Risks to Children is publishing the Progress Report on the Federal Lead Action Plan, a comprehensive update on the government’s progress since 2018 toward reducing childhood lead exposures. The U.S. Department of

Apr
2024
16

Microplastics, Algal Blooms, Seafood Safety Are Public Health Concerns Addressed by New Oceans and Human Health Centers

To address plastics and other problems that could affect human health, NIH and the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) are jointly funding four new Centers for Oceans and Human Health and renewing two centers as part of a marine-related health research program.

Mar
2024
28

$3.8M Grant Will Fund Study of Firefighter Risks, Interventions in Wildland-Urban Blazes

Researchers at the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health will work in close collaboration with fire departments and firefighters to measure the exposure risk of wildland-urban fires and evaluate interventions to improve firefighter health, thanks to a $3.8

Mar
2024
27

Filters and Digital Health Program Reduced Participants’ Arsenic Levels by Nearly Half in American Indian Households Relying on Well Water

A community-led water-testing project made up of households that rely on private well water with high arsenic levels saw on average a 47 percent drop in participants’ urinary arsenic levels after filters were installed and a digital health program was implemented, according

Feb
2024
16

Wildfires Linked to Surge in Mental Health-related Emergency Department Visits, Study Shows

By downloading Emory news media, you agree to the following terms of use: Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivatives 4.0 International Public License By exercising the Licensed Rights (defined below), You accept and agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of this Creative

Jan
2024
31

Radon-Associated Cardiovascular Risks Highlight Need for Household Testing

January 31, 2024 This January, National Radon Action Month, epidemiologists at the UNC Gillings School of Global Public Health published two studies in Neurology®, the medical journal of the American Academy of Neurology. The studies highlight emerging associations between home radon concentrations,

Jan
2024
11

Reduced Blood Lead Levels Linked to Lower Blood Pressure in American Indians

Researchers have linked a decade-long decline in the blood lead levels of American Indian adults to long-term cardiovascular health benefits, including reduced blood pressure levels and a reduction in a marker associated with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy and heart failure. The research team, supported

Dec
2023
11

Largest Study of Its Kind Suggests Physical Activity Reduces a Woman’s Risk of Developing Breast Cancer Before Menopause

Image: a woman walks her dog. Regular leisure time physical activity may reduce the risk of breast cancer for women before menopause, according to new research funded by Breast Cancer Now. The research, published today (Monday 11 December) in the Journal of Clinical