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Researcher Launches Childhood Chemical Exposure Study With NIH

A new $157 million initiative launched by the National Institutes of Health aims to create a comprehensive understanding of how chemicals and environmental factors like air pollution impact childhood development. Dr. Sheela Sathyanarayana, a pediatric environmental health researcher at Seattle Children's Research Institute, was selected as one of the principle investigators whose focus is chemical exposures.
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