Month: March 2021

Scientists at Cincinnati Children’s just received a 5-year grant totaling $5.3 million from the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to advance research into the relationship between air pollution and mental health in children and adolescents. The grant will enable the scientists to conduct new air pollution exposure studies and analyze its impact on
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Gather around, crafters! We’ve put together a video using plastic bottles especially for you. So many of the products we use every day come in plastic containers, so it’s no surprise that we have tons of them lying around the house. But that’s the perfect opportunity to create awesome and useful things. Check out the
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With Covid vaccines expected to remain scarce into early spring, Connecticut has scrapped its complicated plans to prioritize immunizations for people under 65 with certain chronic conditions and front-line workers. Instead, the state will primarily base eligibility on age. Gov. Ned Lamont pointed to statistics showing the risk of death and hospitalization from Covid-19 rises
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