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cigarette smoke  health  research  science  food  environment  high temperature  Acrylamide  fry  Maillard reaction 

Acrylamide is a chemical widely used during the manufacturing of paper, dye, and other industrial products. It can also be formed when certain foods are cooked at high temperatures. Frying, baking, or roasting certain foods, such as potatoes or grains, can create acrylamide. French fries and potato chips, for example, may have measurable acrylamide levels. Acrylamide is also found in cigarette smoke.

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Soy Infant Formula

health  research  science  food  infants  environment  formula  Isoflavones  Soy 

Soy formula is an infant food made using soy protein and other components. It is fed to infants as a supplement or replacement for human milk or cow milk formula.

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For Educators

health  research  science  environment  lesson plans  interviews with scientists  storybooks  toxicology  demonstration  teacher  teach  teaching  training programs for educators 

Looking for some resources to help you teach kids about environmental health? Here are some good sources for lesson plans, activities, educational materials, and more.

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health  research  funding  science  environment  grants  funds  research funded by niehs  division of extramural research and training  dert 

NIEHS funds a substantial portfolio of research in the field of environmental health sciences conducted by investigators in many disciplines from various organizations.

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EPR: DNA & Your Environment Study

research  science  environment  north carolina  study  DNA  environmental polymorphisms registry  epr  dna registry  volunteer  clinical study  recruitment  open study  Durham  Raleigh  RTP 

The Environmental Polymorphisms Registry (EPR) is a long-term research project to collect and store DNA from up to 20,000 North Carolinians in a biobank. By donating blood to the project, you will help scientists discover changes in our genes as a result of environmental exposures that may increase or decrease our risk for common diseases, such as diabetes, heart disease, and cancer.

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