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  • Breathing fumes A new EPA proposal could be harmful to your health, says dept chair Michael Yost Photo © SounderBruce via Flickr Learn More
  • A voice for environmental justice DEOHS Lecturer Vanessa Galaviz recognized for her community-driven research Photo © Pixabay Learn More
  • Summer learning DEOHS student-interns get an up-close preview of their future careers Photo © courtesy of Silvia Rus Learn More
  • Bound for space Kidney-on-a-chip developed with help from DEOHS could transform care for kidney patients. Photo © Josh Valcarcel Learn More
  • A glow-in-the-dark message Technique pioneered by DEOHS now used worldwide for pesticide safety training Photo © Sarah Fish Learn More
  • Protecting animal workers New DEOHS-led clinic will focus on health and safety of people who work with animals Photo © Katherine B. Turner Learn More

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Latest stories

August 14, 2018
Ten tips from DEOHS for keeping your cool on the job this summer

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August 9, 2018
DEOHS Chair Michael Yost says proposed rollback of vehicle emission standards threatens public health

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August 8, 2018
DEOHS Lecturer Vanessa Galaviz recognized by the American Public Health Association

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July 31, 2018
DEOHS invests in tomorrow’s health and safety leaders by supporting student internships

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News

  • August 13, 2018 |
    KBCS Radio
    Unmute the commute: Senior health and public transit. DEOHS Affiliate Professor Andrew Dannenberg is quoted. In the News
  • August 10, 2018 |
    Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health
    Washington researcher co-authors American Heart Association advisory on diet soda and health. DEOHS Associate Professor Jennifer Otten is quoted. In the News
  • August 8, 2018 |
    KOMO News
    Hot days can trigger more workplace accidents. DEOHS Associate Professor June Spector is quoted. In the News

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