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News  |  April 19, 2016
The Rebecca Head Fund for Education and Leadership was developed to honor the work of Dr. Rebecca Head, a leader in the national public health community and a long-time friend and supporter of the Ecology Center.
News  |  April 19, 2016
Participate in our upcoming study looking for toxic chemicals hiding in our pet's food packaging.
News  |  April 7, 2016
The Ecology Center demands that the Snyder Administration end lead poisoning in Michigan, starting in Flint, and take action to fully fund public health services across the state. 
News  |  March 30, 2016
Southeast Michigan is one of the largest metropolitan regions in the country without a connected public transit network. Due to this disjointed regional transit situation, many jobs and communities in southeast Michigan remain inaccessible or far underserved.
News  |  March 29, 2016
This past March, nursing students traveled to the Capitol to attend MI Air MI Health’s Advocacy Training Days. More than 130 students from Michigan State University’s and the University of Michigan’s nursing programs came together to participate in the training.
News  |  March 28, 2016
Decorations, costumes, accessories, toys, school supplies, kitchen items, garden tools, apparel, floor tiles, and more, the Ecology Center sampled more than 1,500 of these products for a recently published, peer-reviewed study and uncovered startling results.
News  |  March 24, 2016
Ecology Centered teamed up with organizations across the country and into Canada to study the linings of canned foods. Looking for evidence of which manufacturers were still using BPA in can lining process and if not, what substitutes were being used. The results were alarming.
News  |  July 11, 2011
Pet owners need to make smart decisions about the chemicals they use both outdoors and indoors, as well as the products they choose to groom their active pets.
News  |  January 7, 2006
To fend off the wintertime blues, sometimes all we need is a good companion. For many Americans, pets fit the bill perfectly. Here are some tips to keep your furry friends (and you) healthy.

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