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September 16th, 2007
A new £4.4m partnership programme to explore the impacts of modern living on our health has just started to fund its first research projects.
The Environment and Human Health Programme comprises 37 projects that cover a broad field of environmental concerns linked to human health, including inhalation of nanoparticles, long-term exposure to pollution in urban environments, harmful algal toxins, climate change and emerging diseases perhaps resulting from changing agricultural practices.
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