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Architecture for health is not just for healthcare architects.
| Health Environments Research & Design Journal | Featured: Andrew Dannenberg View

Report shows need for smarter occupational health surveillance system
| | Featured: Noah S. Seixas, David Bonauto View

Workers can become dangerously overheated at temperatures below official limits.
| | Featured: June T. Spector View

SPH center works to protect populations from emerging health impacts
| | Featured: Kristie L. Ebi View

Hot days can trigger more workplace accidents
| KOMO News | Featured: June T. Spector View

DEOHS Research Professor Gary Franklin: Opioid overprescribing is not a myth.
| | Featured: Gary M. Franklin View

Just how unhealthy is the wildfire smoke hanging over Kitsap County?
| The Kitsap Sun | Featured: Elizabeth Sheppard, Joel D. Kaufman View

For farmworkers' kids, country air means dust, pesticides and asthma.
| | Featured: Catherine Karr View

Researchers explore a pesticide link to asthma in farmworkers' children.
| WUNC: North Carolina Public Radio | Featured: Catherine Karr View

Kaufman, Frumkin Elected to Washington State Academy of Sciences
| DEOHS newsletter | Featured: Joel D. Kaufman, Howard Frumkin View

Rice, the staple food of billions, could become less nutritious because of climate change.
| Washington Post | Featured: Kristie L. Ebi View

The great nutrient colapse
| | Featured: Kristie L. Ebi View

In India, experts look to climate trends to tackle malnutrition.
| | Featured: Kristie L. Ebi View

EPA awards UW nearly $3 million to further study air pollution and cardiovascular disease link
| DEOHS newsletter | Featured: Joel D. Kaufman View

Can you get sick from air conditioning?
| Gizmodo | Featured: John Meschke View