Even though COVID-19 vaccines are widely available in the U.S., it is still difficult for some people to get vaccinated. These disparities are taking a significant toll on some of the most vulnerable populations.
The exposome is the cumulative measure of the lifelong effects of environment, diet, and lifestyle on the body. How these cumulative exposures interact with genetics and physiology can have a tremendous influence on an individual’s health.
Children conceived through medically assisted reproduction are more likely to be born premature and are at greater risk of being born small than naturally conceived babies. But research indicates the link isn't as clear as once thought.