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NIEHS Worker Training Program Making a Difference in Alaska

July 13, 2017

The NIEHS Worker Training Program (WTP) is a significant and integral national training element of the NIEHS “Hazardous Substance Basic Research and Training Program” authorized by the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (42 USC 9660). 184 more words

News And Articles

Investing in Those Most at Risk: The PACE Program

September 27, 2016

Not everyone in the Washington State Building and Construction Trades Council’s King County Pre-Apprenticeship Construction Education (PACE) program makes it to graduation. It’s a grueling 11-week or 380-hour program for students who are “at risk” in more ways than one. 382 more words

Workplace Safety

Research finds human sweat ducts are antennas for millimeter waves (5G), resulting in high levels of radiation absorption by sweat ducts; presented at NIH/NIEHS sponsored conference

Potential Risks to Human Health Originating from Future Sub-MM Communication Systems, Paul Ben Ishai and Yuri Feldman
presented at 
Expert Forum: Wireless Radiation and Human Health… 1,011 more words

NIH/NIEHS co-sponsors international wireless radiation expert forum; scientists question the safety of untested 5G technology

From Environmental Health Trust

Expert Forum: Wireless Radiation and Human Health
Hebrew University Medical School, January 23-26 2017

Sponsored by The Israel Institute for Advanced Study and Environmental Health Trust… 1,247 more words