In the News Archive

2018

Janitors have one of the highest on-the-job injury rates of any workers. Debra Milek, adjunct associate professor and medical director of the Occupational and Environmental Medicine Clinic at Harborview, is quoted.  

KNKX News | June 11, 2018
Janitors have one of the highest on-the-job injury rates of any workers.

Dairy farms battle environmentalists over manure. Professor Catherine Karr is quoted.

King5 News | June 7, 2018
Dairy farms battle environmentalists over manure.

Architecture for health is not just for healthcare architects. Editorial co-authored by Andrew Dannenberg, DEOHS affiliate professor.

Health Environments Research & Design Journal | June 2, 2018
Architecture for health is not just for healthcare architects.

Catherine Karr: improving paediatric respiratory health.

The Lancet | May 25, 2018
Catherine Karr: improving paediatric respiratory health.

Rice, the staple food of billions, could become less nutritious because of climate change. DEOHS Professor Kristie Ebi is quoted.

Washington Post | May 24, 2018
Rice, the staple food of billions, could become less nutritious because of climate change.

Germs at the airport, and the teams that fight them. DEOHS Professor Marilyn Roberts is quoted.

USA Today | May 23, 2018
Germs at the airport, and the teams that fight them.

Is biking a Catch-22 situation? DEOHS student Rachel Shaffer weighs the pros and cons of biking in dirty air.

Crosscut.com | May 22, 2018
Is biking a Catch-22 situation?

A prescription for better health: Go outside. DEOHS Professor Howard Frumkin is quoted.

The Santa Rosa Press Democrat | May 17, 2018
A prescription for better health: Go outside.

Four UW faculty tapped for UN climate assessment. DEOHS faculty members Kristie Ebi and Jeremy Hess are quoted.

UW Daily | May 15, 2018
Four UW faculty tapped for UN climate assessment. DEOHS faculty members Kristie Ebi and Jeremy Hess are quoted.

Air pollution exposure in the womb linked to higher blood pressure in kids. Interim dean and DEOHS Professor Joel Kaufman is quoted.

American Heart Association News | May 14, 2018
Air pollution exposure in the womb linked to higher blood pressure in kids.
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