A new framework provides a model for NIEHS and partners to align disaster research and climate adaptation objectives to improve human health globally.
Asthmatic children exposed to higher concentrations of particulate matter from traffic are more likely to be bothered by a respiratory condition called rhinoconjunctivitis, new NIEHS funded research shows.
Stephani Kim, a postdoctoral fellow in the NIEHS Epidemiology Branch, has focused her passion for global environmental health on studying early life exposures in high-risk populations around the globe.
The third annual NIEHS Global Environmental Health (GEH) Day brought together over 100 global environmental health professionals and researchers to highlight projects from around the world that translate research into action.
Representing two years of bilateral dialogue, a new paper provides a roadmap to address air pollution research needs and gaps in India.
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