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New research from Lei Huang and Olivier Jolliet
University of Michigan researchers have identified 55 chemicals of concern found in the walls, floors, ceilings and furniture in homes across the United States, including some that have concentrations that are 1,000 times higher than recommended.
Q&A with Justin Heinze
The mass shooting at Oxford High School in Michigan is the deadliest in the state's history. Justin Heinze, assistant professor in the Department of Health Behavior and Health Education, discusses the importance of preparation and mitigation strategies for such events, as well as how the larger community might help survivors of this shooting.
New research from Hannah Maier
Natural infection with COVID-19 offered protection from reinfection when the gamma and delta variants predominated, according to a new University of Michigan study that also provides levels of antibodies needed to protect against reinfections.
New research from Yi Li
Patients undergoing long-term dialysis, especially Black and Hispanic patients and those living in nursing homes, were severely impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a nationwide study by University of Michigan researchers.