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Environmental Health

illustrated COVID viruses under UV light

Record-breaking $9.4M Crypto Gift to Fund Study of Air Disinfection to Prevent Future Pandemics

Funding Will Pave Way for Widespread Indoor Deployment of Germicidal UV Disinfection

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farm workers

$3.7M NIH Grant to Fund Study of Structural Racism, Pandemic Effects on Farmworkers

Research Will Focus on Residential Air Quality, State Policies and Legal Protections

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hookahs

UMD Researchers Find Potentially Harmful Bacteria in Hookah Tobacco

Microorganisms Varied by Brand—and Whether the Tobacco Had a Mint Chocolate or White Gummy Bear Flavor

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A ‘Groundbreaking Opportunity’ to Fight Climate Change

UMD Expert Sees Senate Legislation as a First Step in Investing in Environmental Justice

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Father holding newborn's hand

In Assessing Environmental Risks to Pregnancy, Fathers Matter Too

New Public Health Research Uncovers Little-Known Influence on Birth Outcomes

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Paddy field with tree and monsoon cloud in the distance

Early Warning for a Warming World

Research Linking Monsoon Season Changes, Several Infectious Diseases Could Improve Public Health Planning

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Photo illustration of UV light and coronavirus

Op/ed: How to Stop Superspreader Events Without Masks

Germicidal Ultraviolet Light Can Kill Airborne Viruses Indoors Before They Infect, Public Health Researchers Say

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Students tape together homemade air filters at School of Public Health

Can a Little Duct Tape Help Fix the Pandemic?

Homemade Air Filters Are More Effective Than You Might Think, Public Health Scholars Say

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Sacoby Wilson works with students conducting local air monitoring

Meta Gifts $1.75 Million to UMD to Boost Environmental Justice and Health Equity

Tech Company’s Support to Enable Internships, Fund Staffing and Grow Yearly Symposium

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A Photographic ‘Life’s Work’

School of Public Health Hosts Exhibit Showcasing Workers’ Struggles and Triumphs

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Houses near the highway

$800K Bezos Earth Fund Gift to Support Community-Based Air Quality Monitoring

School of Public Health Researchers to Focus on Traffic-related Pollution in Mid-Atlantic

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playground with smoke stacks in background

Taking on a Toxic Legacy

UMD Researchers Say EPA Needs New Approach to Regulating Complex Stews of Harmful Chemicals

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