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Collaborative on Health and the Environment: Pesticide Exposure in Vulnerable Populations: New Horizons for Evaluating Sources and Health Outcomes
The New York Times: These Goldfish are 70 Percent Organic
Boise State University News: Mojtaba Sadegh, Jen Pierce, Nancy Glenn and Cynthia Curl Co-Author Article Titled “Will Clean Air Fade Away?”
Boise State University Update: Cynthia Curl helped produce paper recently named the “Best Environmental Epidemiology Paper of 2017”
University of Washington PNASH: Recognizing and Reducing Hazards in Pacific Northwest Potato Production
Consumer Reports: An Easy Way to Remove Pesticides
Civil Eats: Can Organic Food Prevent a Public Health Crisis?
Boise State University News: Does long term exposure to air pollution contribute to the development of heart disease?
Life Reimagined: Live Cleaner, Eat Cleaner by Friday
Gimlet Media’s “Science Vs” Podcast – In the most recent season of the podcast titled “Science Vs”, Wendy Zukerman interviews Dr. Cynthia Curl as part of her investigation of Organic vs. Conventional Food science. (Dr. Curl’s part in the interview begins at 12:50)
University of Washington: ITHS Research Scholar Looks at Role of Organic and Conventional Diets During Pregnancy
KID News Radio (590AM/921FM) – Interview about USDA Funded Study of Methyl Bromide on Eastern Idaho Farms:
NPR Boise State Public Radio: Boise State Professor Crowdfunding for New Study on Organic Food
The Organic Center: Cynthia Curl, Boise State University
Boise State University News: Cynthia Curl Publishes Pesticide Exposure Study in Environmental Health Perspectives
Boise State University Update: Researchers Begin Study on Organic Consumption by Pregnant Women
Boise State University Update: Study Helps Predict Pesticide Exposure in Diet
Boise State University Update: Say Hello to New Staff and Faculty Faces on Campus
Boise State University News: Cynthia Curl Continues to Receive Recognition for Pesticide Study
NPR Boise State Public Radio: Boise State Researcher Could Change How We Study Pesticides
University of Washington’s School of Public Health: Magnuson Scholar Seeks Answers on Pesticides, Food and Health
Huffington Post: Could Organic Produce Be the New Ritalin?
New York Times: When Young Children Go Organic
NBC News: New Reasons for Eating Organic?