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Dec
2023
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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

Oct
2023
11

Study Clearly Identifies Nutrients as a Driver of the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt

Woods Hole, Mass. — Under normal conditions, the floating macroalgae Sargassum spp. provide habitat for hundreds of types of organisms. However, the Great Atlantic Sargassum Belt (GASB) that emerged in 2011 has since then caused unprecedented inundations of this brown seaweed on

Sep
2023
18

AI and Machine Learning Can Successfully Diagnose Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, New Study Confirms

NIEHS intramural scientists have defined descriptive terms of particular relevance to their own research, and have ranked those terms accordingly. This search feature obtains best-matches with the terms you choose, and shows an overall score based on the scientific rankings. View our

Sep
2023
12

NIH Awards $50.3 Million for “Multi-Omics” Research on Human Health and Disease

News Release Tuesday, September 12, 2023 New research consortium will develop innovative strategies for clinical studies involving ancestrally diverse populations. The National Institutes of Health is establishing the Multi-Omics for Health and Disease Consortium, with approximately $11 million awarded in the consortium’s

Sep
2023
11

High Levels of Particulate Air Pollution Associated With Increased Breast Cancer Incidence

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Aug
2023
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Wayne State University Researchers Improve Environmental Monitoring Applications

Dr. Yongli Wager is the lead author of a recent paper, “IoT-based edge computing (IoTEC) for improved environmental monitoring,” published in Sustainable computing DETROIT – A research team from Wayne State University’s National Institutes of Health-funded Superfund Research Program, the Center for

Jul
2023
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Why Ongoing Worker Safety Training Is Critical to Effective Disaster Response

When it comes to disaster response and recovery operations, it is crucial that workers are prepared before there is an emergency, according to Rutgers researchers. Their study, published in New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Policy, outlines the importance