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Superfund Siblings

Researchers compared outcomes between siblings conceived before or during Superfund cleanup to those who were conceived after cleanup was finished.

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Catherine Coleman Flowers

Catherine Coleman Flowers spoke to PHP about the themes of her recent book, Waste: One Woman’s Fight Against America’s Dirty Secret.

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Kids and Coal Closures

Children living in Chicago zip codes closest to coal-fired power plants had more asthma-related emergency department visits than those living farther away.

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Contraception Deserts

Many US residents lack access to family planning and reproductive health care because of where federally funded clinics are located.

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The Spectrum of Comprehensive Sex-Ed

Researchers reviewed the laws and sex education policies in all 50 states for grades K-12, looking specifically for the inclusion of LGBTQ topics.

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Questioning Abortion Legality

Vetoes, approvals, and court challenges regarding an Ohio abortion law led to misconceptions about whether or not abortions are allowed in Ohio.

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Fearing the Gray Hairs

Researchers explored the associations between implicit age bias, the health of individuals over age 65, and Medicare expenditures.

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Hunting for Food Security

Seasonal hunting for wild game has the potential to feed a large portion of West Virginia’s food insecure residents.

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Katrina Forrest

Katrina Forrest is the Co-Executive Director of CityHealth, which works to help cities thrive by advancing evidence-based and equity-centered policies to improve people’s day-to-day quality of life, well-being, and health.

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What’s in My Tampon?

Measurable concentrations of endocrine disrupting chemicals were found in the tested panty liners, tampons, and pads.

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