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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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Autoimmune Diseases

health  science  disease  environment  cells  antibodies  autoimmune diseases 

Autoimmune diseases result from a dysfunction of the immune system.

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Research Funded by NIEHS - Division of Extramural Research and Training

health  science  environment  training programs  research funded by niehs  dert  grant opportunities 

NIEHS funds a substantial portfolio of research in the field of environmental health sciences conducted by investigators in many disciplines from various organizations. These research activities span the range from basic mechanistic research to clinical and epidemiologic studies using human subjects. NIEHS-supported investigators are currently determining how environmental agents cause or exacerbate a variety of human diseases. NIEHS is also committed to developing the next generation of environmental health scientists by supporting a variety of interdisciplinary training programs.

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The NHALES Study: Natural History of Asthma with Longitudinal Environmental Sampling

health  research  science  asthma  environment  north carolina  clinical  study  patient  volunteer  clinical study  recruitment  open study  RTP  NHALES Study 

The goal of the NHALES Study is to help scientists understand how bacteria and other factors in the environment affect people who have moderate to severe asthma.

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Aloe Vera

health  science  environment  skin  aloe vera  aloin 

Aloe is a succulent plant widely used in alternative medicine.

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The CaREFREE Study: Calorie Restriction, Environment, and Fitness: Reproductive Effects Evaluation

health  research  science  osteoporosis  exercise  environment  north carolina  clinical  study  nutrition  patient  diet  fitness  calories  volunteer  clinical study  recruitment  open study  Durham  Raleigh 

Many women develop irregular menstrual cycles which may make it difficult to become pregnant and increase the risk of osteoporosis.

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Breast Cancer

health  science  environment  cells  breast cancer  American Cancer Society 

Approximately 246,000 women in the United States, or 1 in 8, are diagnosed with breast cancer each year.

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E-Cigs and Smoking Study

health  research  science  environment  north carolina  tobacco  clinical  smoking  study  patient  tobacco exposure  e-cigs  volunteer  e-cigarette  clinical study  recruitment  open study  Durham  Raleigh  RTP 

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, cigarette smoking causes more than 480,000 deaths each year in the United States, which translates to causing nearly one of every five deaths.

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Body Weight & Puberty Study

health  research  science  environment  north carolina  clinical  study  patient  Puberty  volunteer  clinical study  recruitment  open study  Durham  Raleigh  RTP  overweight girls 

Over the past decade, there has been an alarming trend toward earlier breast development in girls. There have been some recent reports that overweight girls are developing breast tissue earlier than normal weight girls.

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Acrylamide

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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