Health

  • Environmental Factor – March 2021: Paradigm shift needed in environmental health

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    The Human Genome Project sparked a paradigm shift in genetics that I believe holds important insights for environmental health scientists. February marked the 20th anniversary of the first draft sequence and analysis of our genetic blueprint, and much has changed in the intervening years. Instead of analyzing just one gene ...
  • Environmental Factor – March 2021: Implementation science can improve our

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    Successful public health programs tend to rely on people adopting certain behaviors. In a country like the United States, these behaviors may include simple handwashing or obtaining timely cancer screenings. In low-and-middle-income countries, the behavior may involve using a different type of cookstove to reduce smoke inhalation. In all cases, ...
  • Global Environmental Health and Safety Market by COVID-19 Impact Analysis by

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    The market research report titled “Latest Update 2020: Global Environmental Health and Safety Market by COVID-19 Impact Analysis by Zion Market Research” and published by Zion Market Research provides an insightful comprehension about the growth aspects, dynamics, and working of the global Environmental Health and Safety Market. The report entails details ...
  • Environmental Health and Safety Software Market Key Players, Volumes, and

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    The latest research report on Environmental Health and Safety Software market organizes latest data to cater to all the requirements of investors, businesses, and stakeholders looking to enhance their revenue flow in the forthcoming years. In particular, the document offers a comprehensive analysis of the critical factors such as the ...
  • Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Market Landscape Assessment By Type,

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    This business intelligence report also offers details of the revenue of the global Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) market for the period 2020–2026, considering 2015 as the base year and 2026 as the forecast year. This study also makes an offering of compound annual growth rate (CAGR) for the global Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) ...
  • Fractured: The stress of being surrounded

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    This is part 2 of our 4-part series, “Fractured,” an investigation of fracking chemicals in the air, water, and people of western Pennsylvania. WASHINGTON COUNTY, Pa.—In the spring of 2019, after years worrying about exposures from a fracking well about a half mile from her grandkids’ school, Jane Worthington decided ...
  • 12 books on climate change and public health » Yale Climate Connections

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    In the two years that have passed since Yale Climate Connections first highlighted the growing collection of books and reports that address the health impacts of climate change, evidence for the changing climate has compounded. Witness this summer’s records for June (hottest June) and July (hottest month ever). Fortunately, however, ...
  • University of Iowa environmental health expert says climate change could affect

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    Climate change could foster future infectious diseases if temperatures warm in different parts of the world and billion-dollar disasters, like flooding and extreme storms, occur. Photo of Department of Occupational & Environmental Health director Peter Thorne. Contributed. University of Iowa environmental health experts say climate change could advance the spread ...
  • Fertility crisis leaves little time for solution

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    On fertility, we are running out of time. And the growing number of plastics in our lives are accelerating the crunch. That’s the core message in a pair of webinars this week on humanity’s infertility crisis, centered around Tuesday’s publication of “Count Down,” by reproductive health expert Dr. Shanna Swan. ...
  • Count down: Hormonal havoc in our midst

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    Editor’s note: The following is an excerpt from the book “Count Down: How Our Modern World Is Threatening Sperm Counts, Altering Male and Female Reproductive Development, and Imperiling the Future of the Human Race” by EHS adjunct scientist Shanna Swan, PhD. The book is available for sale through most major ...