Some 60 nations, including Bosnia, Cambodia, and Laos, lose thousands of lives each year to land mines left behind by warring parties. In many cases, the mines remain years after the conflict is over. Old Dominion University chemist Edward Poziomek and James Madison University health scientist Steven Stewart discuss new U.S. efforts to eliminate mines and the physical and psychological toll abandoned, yet active, mines take on communities recovering from war.

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