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Research Funding Health Effects Institute

Every five years, HEI develops a Strategic Plan that lays out the main areas of focus for its research program, with a timeline for completing steps for specific research programs that are outlined in the plan. Subsequently, HEI develops a series of Requests for Applications (RFAs) during the next 5 years. HEI often holds workshops to discuss the latest research directions and

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Wildland Fire Research: Health Effects Research

Apr 16, 2021  It is important to more fully understand the human health effects associated with short- and long-term exposures to smoke from wildfires as well as prescribed fires, referred together as wildland fires. Research is being conducted to advance understanding of the health effects from different types of fires as well as combustion phases.

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Research on Health Effects of Herbicide Exposure -

Jun 24, 2016  Research on Health Effects of Herbicide Exposure. Dioxin is a highly toxic substance found in Agent Orange and some other herbicides.Studies suggest that this chemical may be related to a number of cancers and other health effects in humans.

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Funding Opportunities Health Effects Institute

This award supports creative junior investigators, at the Assistant Professor or equivalent level, with outstanding promise who are interested in the health effects of air pollution. RFA 20-2 provides up to 3 years of funding for a project relevant to HEI's research

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About HEI Health Effects Institute

The Health Effects Institute is a nonprofit corporation chartered in 1980 to provide high-quality, impartial, and relevant science on the health effects of air pollution. HEI receives balanced funding from government and industry. Other public and private organizations periodically support special projects or certain research programs.

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Short- and long-term health consequences of

May 19, 2017  Introduction. Sleep is a biologic process that is essential for life and optimal health. Sleep plays a critical role in brain function and systemic physiology, including metabolism, appetite regulation, and the functioning of immune, hormonal, and cardiovascular systems.1,2 Normal healthy sleep is characterized by sufficient duration, good quality, appropriate timing and regularity, and the ...

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Research on 5G Health Effects Noted in 2021: 5G

Jun 02, 2021  A closer look at research on 5G health effects noted in 2021: 5G cellular network and health concerns. Many of us are excited when new technology is released. Our devices are faster, smarter and have new abilities. But is there a price to pay for all these advances?

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Climate Change - National Institute of

Aug 02, 2021  The NIEHS Climate Change and Human Health program funds research aimed at understanding the health effects of climate change. This research will identify populations who are vulnerable to climate change, produce methods and models for studying climate change, and advance how to best communicate and provide education about risks tied to climate ...

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The World Trade Center Health Program: Twenty years

Sep 24, 2021  This program provides medical monitoring and treatment of qualifying conditions among the 9/11-exposed population and supports related physical and mental health research. In this commentary, we describe the WTC Health Program, with emphasis on the health-effects research it has funded since inception in 2011.

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A review of the bioactivity and potential health

Peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) is one of the most widely consumed single ingredient herbal teas, or tisanes. Peppermint tea, brewed from the plant leaves, and the essential oil of peppermint are used in traditional medicines. Evidence-based research regarding the bioactivity of this herb is reviewe

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Research on Health Effects from Air Pollution US EPA

Jun 11, 2021  Research on Health Effects from Air Pollution. Decades of research have shown that air pollutants such as ozone and particulate matter (PM) increase the amount and seriousness of lung and heart disease and other health problems. More investigation is needed to further understand the role poor air quality plays in causing detrimental effects to ...

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Research Committee Health Effects Institute

Health Effects Institute provides high-quality, trusted science for cleaner air and better health. Read more about our research mission and unique model of equal partnership by government and industry.

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Adverse health effects of 5G mobile networking technology ...

Affiliations. 1 Research Affiliate, School of Public Policy, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia, United States. Electronic address: [email protected] 2 Toxicology and Health Effects of Electromagnetism, McGill University, Canada. 3 Molecular Pharmacology, Einstein Center of Toxicology, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, United States.

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About the National Health and Environmental Effects ...

Apr 30, 2020  The National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (NHEERL) conducts systems-based, effects research needed to achieve sustainable health and wellbeing. Research encompasses both human and ecosystem health, in that they are inextricably linked. NHEERL Strategic Goals: Lead innovative research and predictive modeling efforts that ...

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Health Effects of a Diet that Mimics Fasting National ...

Fasting for 2 or more days, however, is difficult for many people, and can have adverse health effects. A team led by Dr. Valter Longo at the University of Southern California studied diets designed to mimic the beneficial effects of fasting while minimizing the risks and

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Funding Opportunities Health Effects Institute

This award supports creative junior investigators, at the Assistant Professor or equivalent level, with outstanding promise who are interested in the health effects of air pollution. RFA 20-2 provides up to 3 years of funding for a project relevant to HEI's research

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Short- and long-term health consequences of sleep disruption

May 19, 2017  Introduction. Sleep is a biologic process that is essential for life and optimal health. Sleep plays a critical role in brain function and systemic physiology, including metabolism, appetite regulation, and the functioning of immune, hormonal, and cardiovascular systems.1,2 Normal healthy sleep is characterized by sufficient duration, good quality, appropriate timing and regularity, and the ...

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The Health Effects of Oil Contamination: A Compilation of ...

Oil exploitation can lead to contamination of environments, which can have effects on human health. Health symptoms associated with living or working in an area affected by oil contamination are often unclear and debated. In this project, we created a website housing scientific research on the health effects of oil contamination.

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Microplastics in Seafood and the Implications for Human Health

Jan 30, 2017  Human health effects depend on exposure concentrations. Due to data gaps in microplastic research, there is insufficient information to assess the true amount of microplastics humans may be exposed to via food. Researchers have predicted that the total microplastic intake from salts is at most 37 particles per individual annually .

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New research shows unexpected effects of viral infections ...

Jun 13, 2017  New findings from UC Berkeley researchers indicate that viral infections can have unexpected consequences, including a deterioration in muscle health

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Water, Hydration and Health

However, effects on visual memory were less consistent, with one study showing no effects of drinking water on a spot-the-difference task in 6–7 year old children 61 and the other showing a significant improvement in a similar task in 7–9 year old children 62 In the research described by Benton and Burgess, 63 memory performance was ...

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The sweet danger of sugar - Harvard Health

Nov 05, 2019  "The effects of added sugar intake — higher blood pressure, inflammation, weight gain, diabetes, and fatty liver disease — are all linked to an increased risk for heart attack and stroke," says Dr. Hu. How much is okay? If 24 teaspoons of added sugar

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The World Trade Center Health Program: Twenty years of ...

Sep 24, 2021  This program provides medical monitoring and treatment of qualifying conditions among the 9/11-exposed population and supports related physical and mental health research. In this commentary, we describe the WTC Health Program, with emphasis on the health-effects research it has funded since inception in 2011.

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Steps to address mental health effects of the pandemic on ...

3 小时前  To help address these short- and long-term effects, the research team has set out potential solutions that can be put into place within schools, mental health services, and the wider policy and ...

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Research Studies on Health Effects of Project SHAD ...

Mar 25, 2020  Research Studies on Health Effects of Project SHAD Currently, there is no clear evidence of specific long-term health effects associated with participation in Project SHAD. VA continues to study the possibility of long-term health effects associated with in-service exposure to chemical and biological agents.

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Research on Health Effects, Exposure, Risk from Mobile ...

Feb 22, 2021  Health Effects Institute This independent, nonprofit corporation was chartered in 1980 to provide high-quality, impartial, and relevant science on the health effects of pollutants from motor vehicles and from other sources in the environment. International Agency for Research

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Research on Health Effects of Herbicide Exposure - Public ...

Jun 24, 2016  Research on Health Effects of Herbicide Exposure. Dioxin is a highly toxic substance found in Agent Orange and some other herbicides.Studies suggest that this chemical may be related to a number of cancers and other health effects in humans.

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About the National Health and Environmental Effects ...

Apr 30, 2020  The National Health and Environmental Effects Research Laboratory (NHEERL) conducts systems-based, effects research needed to achieve sustainable health and wellbeing. Research encompasses both human and ecosystem health, in that they are inextricably linked. NHEERL Strategic Goals: Lead innovative research and predictive modeling efforts that ...

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The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids: The ...

The Health Effects of Cannabis and Cannabinoids provides a comprehensive review of scientific evidence related to the health effects and potential therapeutic benefits of cannabis. This report provides a research agenda—outlining gaps in current knowledge and opportunities for providing additional insight into these issues—that summarizes ...

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The Health Effects of Oil Contamination: A Compilation of ...

Oil exploitation can lead to contamination of environments, which can have effects on human health. Health symptoms associated with living or working in an area affected by oil contamination are often unclear and debated. In this project, we created a website housing scientific research on the health effects of oil contamination.

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Radiation Health Effects Research Program (JPC-7), Defense ...

Feb 13, 2018  The Joint Program Committee-7/ Radiation Health Effects Research Program (RHERP) seeks to develop medical countermeasures for acute ionizing radiation injury. Research areas include: post-exposure mitigation of radiation injury, protection and prevention of injury from ionizing radiation, understanding the mechanism of radiation injury, and ...

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Health Consequences of Drug Misuse: Introduction NIDA

Jun 09, 2020  These health effects may occur after just one use. Longer-term effects can include heart or lung disease, cancer, mental illness, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis, and others. Long-term drug use can also lead to addiction. Drug addiction is a brain disorder. Not everyone who uses drugs will become addicted, but for some, drug use can change how certain ...

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The sweet danger of sugar - Harvard Health

Nov 05, 2019  "The effects of added sugar intake — higher blood pressure, inflammation, weight gain, diabetes, and fatty liver disease — are all linked to an increased risk for heart attack and stroke," says Dr. Hu. How much is okay? If 24 teaspoons of added sugar

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New research shows unexpected effects of viral infections ...

Jun 13, 2017  New findings from UC Berkeley researchers indicate that viral infections can have unexpected consequences, including a deterioration in muscle health

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Abstract - National Institutes of Health

Food additive emulsifiers have received particular research attention in recent years due to preliminary evidence of adverse gastrointestinal and metabolic health effects. In this review, the use of emulsifiers as food additives is discussed, and the current estimations of exposure to, and safety of, emulsifiers are critically assessed.

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Health Effects Smoking Tobacco Use CDC

Health Effects. Related Pages . Smoking leads to disease and disability and harms nearly every organ of the body. More than 16 million Americans are living with a disease caused by smoking. For every person who dies because of smoking, at least 30 people live with a serious smoking-related illness. Smoking causes cancer, heart disease, stroke ...

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(PDF) The Toxic Effects of Xenobiotics on the Health of ...

They represent the important of zeta-cypermethrin. But the research on the toxic effect of research finding and will contribute to the development of the Furia 180 SC (Zeta-cypermethrin) and Bulldock 125 SC (𝛽- toxicology. cyfluthrin) is still necessary in the future.

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Sauna Health Benefits: Are saunas healthy or harmful ...

May 14, 2020  A sauna benefits your heart health, as long as you practice sauna safety. A saunas' dry heat (which can get as high as 185° F) has profound effects on the body. Skin temperature soars to about 104° F within minutes. The average person will pour out a pint of sweat during a short stint in a sauna. The pulse rate jumps by 30% or more, allowing ...

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