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Petrick Expands Metabolomics Research with Core Center Support
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences – February 4, 2020
New Year Health Kicks are Great – But Your Environment Is Also Vital
The Guardian – January 10, 2020
Understanding how the environment impacts health will empower us to make the lifestyle changes that matter most, from what foods to buy to fragrances to avoid.
Pregnant Moms’ Air Pollution Exposure May Affect Babies’ Health
The Scientist – September 23, 2019
A recent study found that children, especially boys, born to women who were exposed to higher levels of pollutants during pregnancy had lower levels of lung functioning.
Mount Sinai Researchers Unveil Mechanisms to Prevent Crohn’s Disease; Studies Describe Predictive Tools and Triggering Environmental Risk Factors Key to Prevention
March 26, 2020
Mount Sinai Awarded $25 Million to Study the Environment’s Influence on People’s Health Throughout Their Lifetimes
October 22, 2019
Early Human Species’ Teeth Provide Insight Into Evolution of Breastfeeding
July 15, 2019
Mount Sinai Scientist Awarded $8 Million for Visionary Research on Environmental Influences on Health and Disease
June 4, 2019
Researchers Discover Earliest Recorded Lead Exposure in 250,000 Year-Old Neanderthal Teeth
October 31, 2018
Zinc and Copper Metabolic Cycles in Baby Teeth Linked to Autism
May 30, 2018