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Early life exposure to contaminated water on Cape Cod increases risk of some cancers and epilepsy, new study shows.
How is health produced over a lifetime of exposures and experiences, and influenced by drivers across level of influence? How can a life course and multilevel framework guide our scholarship and teaching? Part 1 of 2.
Study finds hepatitis C is a major driver of emergency room visits among homeless adults.