In the News Archive

2018

Unmute the commute: Senior health and public transit. DEOHS Affiliate Professor Andrew Dannenberg is quoted.

KBCS Radio | August 13, 2018
Unmute the commute: Senior health and public transit.

Washington researcher co-authors American Heart Association advisory on diet soda and health. DEOHS Associate Professor Jennifer Otten is quoted.

Association of Schools and Programs of Public Health | August 10, 2018
Washington researcher co-authors American Heart Association advisory on diet soda and health

Hot days can trigger more workplace accidents. DEOHS Associate Professor June Spector is quoted.

KOMO News | August 8, 2018
Hot days can trigger more workplace accidents

Rollback of vehicle-emission standards threatens the health of vulnerable Washington residents. Op-ed by DEOHS Chair Michael Yost.

Seattle Times | August 8, 2018
Rollback of vehicle-emission standards threatens the health of vulnerable Washington residents

Smelly water: Fish losing their sense of smell. DEOHS Professor Evan Gallagher is quoted.

KING-5 News | August 8, 2018
Smelly water: Fish losing their sense of smell

Washington researchers co-author report on common food additives that pose danger to kids. Doctoral student, Rachel Shaffer, and adjunct associate professor, Sheela Sathyanarayana, are quoted.

ASPPH.org | August 2, 2018
Washington Researchers Co-Author Report on Common Food Additives that Pose Danger to Kids

1 dead, 1 in critical condition from dry ice in Seattle car. Senior Lecturer, Martin Cohen is quoted.

ABC news | July 31, 2018
1 dead, 1 in critical condition from dry ice in Seattle car.

Can you get sick from air conditioning? DEOHS Professor Scott Meschke is quoted.

Gizmodo | July 30, 2018
Can you get sick from air conditioning?

Pediatricians group urges parents to avoid heating, storing food in plastic. Doctoral student, Rachel Shaffer, is quoted.

Q13 FOX | July 30, 2018
Pediatricians group urges parents to avoid heating, storing food in plastic

Safety, health, and wellness issues for women in construction trades

convergencetraining.com | July 27, 2018
Safety, health, and wellness issues for women in construction trades