In the News Archive

2018

Understanding the impact of climate change on nutrition. DEOHS Professor Kristie Ebi is quoted.

News Deeply | July 26, 2018
Understanding the impact of climate change on nutrition.

What the recycling symbol on a plastic container can tell you about its potential dangers. DEOHS student Rachel Shaffer is quoted.

Health | July 24, 2018
What the recycling symbol on a plastic container can tell you about its potential dangers.

Help for when the heat gets in the way of sleep

KOMO News | July 23, 2018
Help for when the heat gets in the way of sleep

Report: Common food additives may pose danger to kids

UW Medicine newsroom | July 22, 2018
Report: Common food additives may pose danger to kids

Workers can become dangerously overheated at temperatures below official limits. DEOHS Associate Professor June Spector is quoted.

Reuters.com | July 12, 2018
Workers can become dangerously overheated at temperatures below official limits.

Beating the heat, for your health. Features research by DEOHS Lecturer Tania Busch Isaksen.

US News & World Report | July 6, 2018
Beating the heat, for your health.

Does Yakima Valley agriculture trigger asthma? Study aims to find out. Features research led by DEOHS Professor Catherine Karr.

Yakima Herald | June 29, 2018
Does Yakima Valley agriculture trigger asthma?

Everything we know about e-cigarettes so far. DEOHS Professor David Eaton is quoted.

vice.com | June 24, 2018
Everything we know about e-cigarettes so far.

In India, experts look to climate trends to tackle malnutrition. DEOHS Professor Kristie Ebi is quoted.

newsdeeply.com | June 20, 2018
In India, experts look to climate trends to tackle malnutrition.

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.