Posts tagged "children’s environmental health"
APHA talks children's environmental health at NEHA 2019

APHA talks children’s environmental health at NEHA 2019

APHA’s environmental health team presents at the National Environmental Health Association Educational Conference

July 31 news: Abortion, prescription drugs, environmental health and health care costs

Check out today’s public health news for Wednesday, July 31, 2019.

June 25 news: E-cigarette ban, immigrant mental health, health care costs, Ebola challenges, rubber particle health risks

Check out today's public health news for Tuesday, June 25, 2019.
It is past time to act on the science to prevent childhood cancer

It is past time to act on the science to prevent childhood cancer

A guest post from APHA's Children's Environmental Health Topic Committee argues that in the absence of governmental action to protect children, there are steps we can take to minimize harmful exposures and reduce risks for kids.
Are we protecting our children?

Are we protecting our children?

APHA's Surili Patel discusses an upcoming report and webinar that will spotlight the Association's soon-to-be-released national review of environmental health services and protections for children.
APHA session will give national snapshot of children’s environmental health services

APHA session will give national snapshot of children’s environmental health services

Ayana N. Jones, environmental health fellow at APHA, previews this APHA 2018 session focused on children’s environmental health services.
Protecting children’s health

Protecting children’s health

October 11 is Children’s Environmental Health Day
Climate change and children’s health

Climate change and children’s health

The movement to address the effects of climate change on children
Protecting children where they play and learn

Protecting children where they play and learn

Environmental safety in early learning and care settings
Making children’s environmental health a priority

Making children’s environmental health a priority

A staggering 1.7 million children younger than 5 die around the globe each year due to environmental causes, with lower respiratory infections and diarrheal disease the top killers.