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SPH IN THE NEWS

Carwash chemical a hazard to workers, state agency warns - Seattle Times/AP

Link between birth control and breast cancer, but no clear answers - Crosscut

Epigenetic inheritance: Holocaust study proves what Native Americans have 'always known' - Inquisitr

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RESEARCH

Carwash Chemical Hazardous to WA Workers

Hydrofluroic acid, a chemical commonly used in car and truck washes, can be dangerous to workers.

Climate Change and Health on the Gulf Coast

A public health adaption strategy is essential to reducing threats from climate change along the vulnerable Gulf Coast.

Genetic Variation in Alaska Native People Linked to Warfarin Efficacy

Researchers led by Alison Fohner (PhD, Public Health Genetics) found two gene variants in Alaska Native people that could affect how they metabolize the blood-thinning drug warfarin.

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