“Things are only impossible until they’re not.”- Captain Jean-Luc Picard
Resolve to reduce your climate change impact in the new year by taking steps to reduce your carbon footprint – and encourage your friends and neighbors to do the same.
Environment is Shaping the Health of Generations: What scientists want you to know to protect your children, families, and communities.
Dr. Martha M. (Mara) Téllez Rojo, a Mexican National Institute of Public Health member and a principal investigator in the PROGRESS cohort, was awarded the “Dr. Everardo Landa” Award. The award was presented to her by the National Academy of Medicine in Mexico for the best admission article.
Air and noise pollution generated by gas leaf blowers (GLBs) pose multiple hazards to human health
Understanding how our social environment impacts our health is key to unlocking effective interventions that promote health and well-being. Let’s think about this in the context of what gives us joy in life: love, music, and happy memories.
Researchers from the Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomic Research have published a comprehensive review of the known impacts of wildfire smoke exposure on cardiovascular health
A novel metric that estimates our “burden,” or cumulative exposure, to a family of thousands of synthetic chemicals that we encounter in everyday life with potentially adverse health impacts, has been created by a team of researchers at the Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomics and Environmental Health
Halloween is a fun time for kids: trick-or-treating, classroom parties, dressing up and costumes and more. But we understand safety is a concern for moms and dads, which is why we’ve come up with these 11 easy tips and tricks to make Halloween a safe and fun activity for all!
Lead is a naturally occurring metal that has been used for thousands of years in a wide variety of products. There is no safe level of lead exposure.