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Red 3: A carcinogenic additive allowed to be in food products? 

Article Author: Lucy Watt, Biology Major, Class of 2024, POB Science Translator Who doesn’t love some holiday-themed candy over the...

Personal Care Products: Disparities in chemical exposure

Article Author: Amanda Thompson, Biology Major, Class of 2023, POB Science Coordinator What kind of personal care products do you...

Peace, Love and Safer Switches!

Article Author: Jade Wagner, Public Health Major, Class of 2024, POB Science Director With the holidays coming up, we know...

Turn Back the Clock on Sperm Aging

Article Author: Cassie Probert, Biology Major, Class of 2023, POB Science Translator When most people think of aging, their mind...

Exposure to Endocrine Disruptors during Pregnancy Can Lead to the Development of Testicular Cancer

Article Author: Lucy Watt, Biology Major, Class of 2024, POB Science Translator Throughout the course of our lives, we go...

Chemical Mixtures: A Recipe for Breast Cancer

Article Author: Amanda Thompson, Biology Major, Class of 2023, POB Science Coordinator What does an egg taste like? Well, that...

BLOOD TYPE: (MICRO)PLASTIC

Article Author: Brooke Linnehan, Molecular and Cellular Biology, M.S. student, POB Science Translator Plastic, the incredibly versatile and ubiquitous material...

THE PRICE OF PRESERVED PRODUCTS

Article Author: Rachel Katcoff, Psychology & Public Health Major, Class of 2023, POB Science Translator With the advancement of personal...

More Diverse Breast Cancer Research is Needed to Combat Racial Disparities

Article Author: Kira Levenson, Biochemistry Major, Class of 2022, POB Science Translator Endocrine disrupting chemicals (EDCs) seem to be everywhere....

PFAS: The Forever Chemical

Article Author: Brooke Linnehan, Molecular and Cellular Biology, M.S. student, POB Science Translator What would you do if someone followed...

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