Environmental Factor - October 2021: Environmental health disparities key topic at international conference

At the 31st annual meeting of the International Society of Exposure Science (ISES), NIEHS researchers and grantees tackled topics ranging from health disparities to disaster response. The conference, which was held Aug. 30-Sept. 2, was funded in part by the institute. Community engagement, racism, and environmental health issues among vulnerableContinue Reading

Environmental Factor - October 2021: Epigenomics sheds light on environment and disease, experts say

At the Environmental Mutagenesis and Genomics Society (EMGS) annual meeting Sept. 22-25, attendees focused on associations between exposure to toxic agents and the development of cancer. Although researchers’ understanding of that disease is well developed, shedding light on the specific biological links between a given exposure and cancer progression isContinue Reading

Product Premiumization in Yoga Accessories Emerge as the Key Driving Factor| Technavio

The product premiumization in yoga accessories, the growing number of yoga practitioners, wellness initiatives of the government and corporate agencies are some of the major factors propelling the market growth. However, factors such as fluctuating raw material prices, high competition from unorganized players with low product replacement cycles, infrequent purchases, andContinue Reading

Global SAP Digital Services Ecosystem Market

The business report curated by Zion Market Research on the global SAP Digital Services Ecosystem Market offers a deep understanding of market scope, definition, and potential. It is focused to reveal in-depth analysis and organized explanations of current market trends to let users make effective decisions. The report encompasses theContinue Reading

Environmental Factor - April 2021: Environmental justice champion speaks on challenges, opportunities

Robert Bullard, Ph.D., known as the father of environmental justice, recently shared his thoughts on how NIEHS can tackle health disparities and improve the well-being of people in low-income and minority communities. Those individuals are often disproportionally affected by conditions that range from air pollution to lack of accessible greenContinue Reading