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From:Environmental Health Perspectives (Vol. 123, Issue 2) Peer-ReviewedAfter the Deepwater Horizon oil well blowout on 20 April 2010, fisheries in the Gulf of Mexico were closed while officials screened seafood for unsafe levels of hydrocarbon contaminants. (1) But when federal agencies...
From:Environmental Health Perspectives (Vol. 129, Issue 1) Peer-ReviewedEmerging research has linked exposure to diverse airborne microbial communities to healthy human immune systems. (1) But few studies have examined how communities of airborne microbes (aerobiomes) vary over time and...
From:Environmental Health Perspectives (Vol. 122, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedScientists increasingly find themselves at the center of contentious public policy debates over issues such as chemical regulation and climate change. The general public and politicians often expect scientific advisors...
From:Environmental Health Perspectives (Vol. 128, Issue 7) Peer-ReviewedThe ability of bacteria to develop resistance to multiple antibiotics poses a serious threat to human health. (1) Scientists are especially alarmed by the increasing failure of antibiotics known as carbapenems, which are...
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