March 9, 2020 | Jackie

For researchers in the Center for Human Health and the Environment, science is a community effort.

When hundreds of residents of Durham’s McDougald Terrace public housing complex needed answers about how dangerous carbon monoxide levels could make them sick, NC State got the call.
The university’s Center for Human Health and the Environment (CHHE) worked with Legal Aid of North Carolina to hold information sessions and answer worried residents’ questions about the carbon monoxide, and other toxic substances like mold, that were found in the complex. Read more of the article by Christy Sadler here.

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