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  • 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
  • Measuring stress on the job Research team partners with unions to improve workplace safety Photo © Jolayne Houtz Learn More
  • Mentoring makes all the difference DEOHS student Claire Pendergrast works to protect the health of older adults with faculty support Photo © Elizar Mercado Learn More
  • Environmental justice at the border New study puts data into hands of those affected by air pollution Photo © Phil Konstantin Learn More
  • Our 2018 DEOHS graduates Celebrating these future public health leaders Photo © Elizar Mercado Learn More
  • Creating health and safety leaders Watch this new video about our student-led research Photo © Sarah Fish Learn More

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July 19, 2018
UW study suggests domoic acid may affect maternal and fetal health at levels below government threshold

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July 12, 2018
Pioneering technique developed by DEOHS researchers illustrates pesticide contamination risks

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July 10, 2018
DEOHS alumnus invests in students with “fire in their bellies” who share his passion for health and the environment

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July 3, 2018
New clinic led by DEOHS, UW Medicine focuses on animal worker health and safety

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News

  • July 12, 2018 |
    Reuters.com
    Workers can become dangerously overheated at temperatures below official limits. DEOHS Associate Professor June Spector is quoted. In the News
  • July 6, 2018 |
    US News & World Report
    Beating the heat, for your health. Features research by DEOHS Lecturer Tania Busch Isaksen. In the News
  • June 29, 2018 |
    Yakima Herald
    Does Yakima Valley agriculture trigger asthma? Study aims to find out. Features research led by DEOHS Professor Catherine Karr. In the News

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