The topic for the paper should be one of topics of your choice under National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences web site;
Please note that the articles on each topic serve as a guide and starting point for your paper; it is not your main source for your paper.
The paper should describe/analyze research outcomes of at least 3 reference articles. The review should be typed (Times New Roman 12, doubled spaced) with 4 pages long. It should contain an introduction, current status of knowledge or method, results and conclusion.
Abstract: The abstract must be no more than 300 words summarizing the current status of the knowledge within the area of environmental health reviewed. The abstract is due separately from the final paper. See the above schedule.
Introduction: This should be the portion of the manuscript providing a background to a review which focuses on work published over the last few years that has advanced our understanding of the issue under consideration.
Current status of knowledge or Methods and Results: Narrative reviews should include a “Current status of knowledge” section. This section of the review should focus on research efforts that have advanced our knowledge of this aspect of environmental/health science and should carefully deal with divergent hypotheses when they exist. Systematic reviews should include Methods and Results sections.
Conclusions: Conclusions, discussion, problems, or areas for future research may be included.
References: Number references, including web citations, consecutively in the order in which they are first mentioned in the text. References cited in tables, figures, or figure legends should be numbered according to the first citation of the table or figure in the text. Identify references in the text, tables, figures, and figure legends by Arabic numbers in parenthesis (please follow MLA formatting and style).
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