NIEHS held its third annual Global Environmental Health Day on June 6, bringing together over 100 global environmental health professionals, NIEHS staff, researchers from diverse disciplines, policy experts, and students to discuss important issues in research translation and share lessons learned.
Recently published papers look at how mercury exposure from artisanal and small-scale gold mining has impacted the health of populations in South America.
This spring, the iCOMOS conference brought researchers, government health officials, policy experts, and others from 35 countries to Minneapolis, Minnesota to build capacity and collaborations to solve global One Health problems.
NIEHS experts have worked with WHO to develop a new initiative aiming to integrate environmental health into children’s basic healthcare, called Pollution Free Environment for Healthy Generations.
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