Labor Day 2020
Each year on Labor Day, we honor and celebrate workers’ contributions to the strength and well-being of the country. This year, in particular, Labor Day provides us a moment to reflect and express gratitude for the extraordinary efforts made by essential workers. While many of us are at home, essential workers remain our lifeline. Our gratitude is immeasurable. 
Mount Sinai launches new study for Tri-State Area workers
Researchers in the Department of Environmental Medicine and Public Health at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai have started recruiting participants for a new study that will examine the impacts of environmental and occupational exposures on health outcomes for workers in the Greater New York City region. This study will strengthen ongoing investigations related to the health of all workers, in particular, ongoing research related to the WTC Health Program. Workers in a variety of occupations may encounter chemicals, physical hazards, as well as mental stressors that may cause health problems. Researchers will also study the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on workers to help understand and evaluate the public health response during this crisis. Click here to learn about the study and how to participate.
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