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When it comes to spending time in nature there are many benefits. Now, a new study explores how smells experienced in nature settings can evoke… Read More
New research on soil fungal communities in the southwestern United States suggests that the proliferation of spore-producing fungi in increasingly… Read More
A recent study found that women exposed to phthalates, chemical compounds commonly found in personal-care products, solvents, detergents, and food… Read More
A new study has confirmed a causal link between lead exposure and fetal health.
The research, published in Journal of Health Economics, was… Read More
A new study suggested that prenatal exposure to certain phthalates may be associated with a slightly earlier onset of puberty.
The study, published… Read More
New research shows the connection between historical redlining and an increase in cardiometabolic health risk factors in patients today.
The study,… Read More
New research has revealed that neighborhood characteristics at birth and race/ethnicity inequities may play a role in the development of asthma.
The… Read More
A new study compared a leading family-based treatment (FBT) obesity program with a new guided self-help (GSH) program and found families who… Read More