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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Rachel Morello-Frosch, a professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management and School of Public Health was elected to the National Academy of Medicine, or NAM, according to an announcement released by the organization on Monday. 
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Rachel Morello-Frosch, a professor in UC Berkeley’s Department of Environmental Science, Policy, and Management and School of Public Health was elected to the National Academy of Medicine, or NAM, according to an announcement released by the organization on Monday. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Thursday that would require all packaging in California to be recyclable or compostable by 2032. 
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Thursday that would require all packaging in California to be recyclable or compostable by 2032. 
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In a study published Tuesday, researchers examined the risks of sea level rise and coastal flooding on affordable housing units across the United States, which could affect the city of Berkeley.
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In a study published Tuesday, researchers examined the risks of sea level rise and coastal flooding on affordable housing units across the United States, which could affect the city of Berkeley.
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A recent study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that discriminatory housing policies in the past have led to disparities in birth outcomes across California.
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A recent study led by UC Berkeley researchers found that discriminatory housing policies in the past have led to disparities in birth outcomes across California.
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A study, roughly three years in the making, conducted by a team including UC Berkeley researchers revealed that the negative impacts of oil and gas production reach beyond pollution.
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A study, roughly three years in the making, conducted by a team including UC Berkeley researchers revealed that the negative impacts of oil and gas production reach beyond pollution.
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Scientists from UC Berkeley, UCSF and the Silent Spring Institute published a study Feb. 26 regarding the historically under-investigated topic of health risks for women firefighters.
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Scientists from UC Berkeley, UCSF and the Silent Spring Institute published a study Feb. 26 regarding the historically under-investigated topic of health risks for women firefighters.
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A study published Friday featuring UC Berkeley researchers found that a variety of environmental chemicals were more concentrated in fetuses than in the pregnant mothers who were exposed to them — a discovery that complicates previous research.
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A study published Friday featuring UC Berkeley researchers found that a variety of environmental chemicals were more concentrated in fetuses than in the pregnant mothers who were exposed to them — a discovery that complicates previous research.
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Under California legislation, women can now collect hormonal birth control from their pharmacy without a doctor’s prescription — a step that many students believe will increase accessibility to contraception.
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Under California legislation, women can now collect hormonal birth control from their pharmacy without a doctor’s prescription — a step that many students believe will increase accessibility to contraception.
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African Americans, Asians and Hispanics are more likely to experience extreme heat waves because of where they live, according to researchers at UC Berkeley.
African Americans, Asians and Hispanics are more likely to experience extreme heat waves because of where they live, according to researchers at UC Berkeley.
A study co-authored by UC Berkeley researchers found that women who are exposed to more air pollution while pregnant have an increased risk of giving birth to underweight babies.
A study co-authored by UC Berkeley researchers found that women who are exposed to more air pollution while pregnant have an increased risk of giving birth to underweight babies.