Latest Environmental health Stories
Energy Tools International’s EMF Transformer continue to build brand awareness and increase sales nationally with new clear packaging and a new landing page. Eagle
In the first national survey of U.S. obstetricians' attitudes towards counseling pregnant patients about environmental health hazards, nearly 80 percent agreed that physicians have a role to play in helping patients reduce their exposures, but only a small minority use their limited time with patients to discuss how they might avoid exposure to toxics.
The demand for Dazomet and other pesticides and fungicides will be on the increasing side, driven by tremendous revolution and advances in the agriculture and horticulture sector.
The Children’s Environmental Health Network has released an updated training resource on Pediatric Environmental Health for health care faculty and health care providers. Washington,
Challenging risk assessment methods used for decades by toxicologists, a new review of the literature led by environmental health scientist Laura Vandenberg at the University of Massachusetts Amherst suggests that oral gavage, the most widely accepted method of dosing lab animals to test chemical toxicity, does not accurately mimic how humans are exposed to chemicals in everyday life.
Is toxic mold hiding in the new home you're buying? HOUSTON, June 25, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The nation's housing market is the hottest it has been in years.
A new fact sheet gives tips on how to reduce exposure to environmental risk factors that may be associated with increased likelihood for childhood leukemia. (PRWEB)
Potassium fertilizer market is calculated by subdividing or segmenting the market into micromarkets, based on the share of each application, product.
Jason Earle, CEO of 1-800-GOT-MOLD? LLC warns home buyers to be careful who they hire for the home inspection.
With over $2.4 million in new federal funding, Wayne State University researchers, regional collaborators at Henry Ford Health System, the University of Michigan and Michigan State University, and community partners will study how exposures to stressors that are prevalent in the urban industrialized environment — both chemical and non-chemical — impact human health in Detroit and beyond.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.