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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

2004 News Releases

10 Dec 2004: New Study Links Lead Exposure with Increased Risk of Cataract (
16 Nov 2004: Research with Red Tide Toxin Yields Potential Therapies for Cystic Fibrosis (
15 Nov 2004: To Help Fight Disease NIEHS to Develop New RNAi Library (
4 Nov 2004: $2.8 Million Public-Private Partnership to Examine How Surroundings Can Encourage Active Lifestyles (
25 Oct 2004: Researchers Identify Brain Protein That Halts Progression of Alzheimer's (
25 Oct 2004: New Center to Map DNA of Key Lab Mice (
21 Oct 2004: Pediatricians Need More Training on Environmental Health (
18 Oct 2004: Sister Study Opens Nationwide: 50,000 Sisters of Women with Breast Cancer Needed to Help Find Causes of the Disease (
10 Sep 2004: Researchers Report New Gene Test for Isolated Cleft Lip and Palate (
8 Sep 2004: New Research Shows Air Pollution Can Reduce Children's Lung Function (
8 Sep 2004: Customized Program Reduces Asthma Symptoms in Inner-City Children (
8 Sep 2004: New Research Suggests Link Between Maternal Diet and Childhood Leukemia Risk (
7 Jul 2004: New Children's Environmental Health Center at Harvard School Of Public Health Will Address Exposures of Tar Creek Residents (
6 Jul 2004: National Study Shows Dog and Cat Allergens Are Universally Present in U.S. Homes (
23 Jun 2004: New Study of New York City Residents Shows That Newborns Are More Susceptible to DNA Damage from Pollution than Their Mothers (
8 Jun 2004: National Study Shows 82 Percent of U.S. Homes Have Mouse Allergens (
10 May 2004: Panel to Decide If Acrylamide Has Reproductive, Developmental Risks (
3 May 2004: New Research Outlines Public Health Consequences of World Trade Center Disaster (
3 May 2004: Breastfeeding Decreases Infant Mortality (
22 Apr 2004: Four New Research Centers to Explore Link between Oceans and Human Health (
12 Apr 2004: Earth Day: Breaking the Mold, Toxic Mold (
26 Mar 2004: Women Sustaining the American Spirit: Business Leader of the Year to Talk at NIEHS (
23 Mar 2004: First Human Study to Show Benefits to Newborns from Federal Ban on Home Use of Two Insecticides (
15 Mar 2004: Study Shows Effects of Prenatal Exposure to Second-Hand Smoke Greater for Socioeconomically Disadvantaged Children (
15 Mar 2004: NIEHS/NTP Director Dr. Kenneth Olden Receives Society of Toxicology's Public Communications Award (
4 Mar 2004: Florida, Arizona, Missouri and Rhode Island Chosen to Kick Off Recruitment of Sisters of Women with Breast Cancer in Landmark Search for Its Causes (
12 Jan 2004: NIEHS and UNC to Collaborate on Registry of 20,000 Subjects to Relate Gene Variants and Environmental Disease (

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