A Story of Health
A Story of Health is the product of an ongoing collaboration between the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR); the Collaborative on Health and the Environment (CHE); the University of California, San Francisco, Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Unit (UCSF PEHSU); the Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, California EPA (OEHHA); and the Science and Environmental Health Network (SEHN).
|A Story of Health: full book
153 pages, 25 MB
See more, including the purposes and uses of this e-book, on our A Story of Health webpage.
A Story of Health: Brett's Story (Asthma)
A Story of Health: Stephen's Story (Childhood Leukemia)
| A Story of Health: Amelia's Story (Learning Disabilities)
56 pages, 16 MB
Healthy Environments Across Generations
|CHE partnered with the New York Academy of Medicine, AARP, the US Environmental Protection Agency, The Intergenerational School, WE ACT for Environmental Justice, The Whole Child Center, and Gray is Green, along with over 60 co-sponsors, to put on this event.|
From a 2012 meeting which focused on the impacts that multiple, interacting environments can have on health (including the socioeconomic, chemical, food, built, natural, and psychosocial environments) as well as intergenerational and creative approaches to improve public and planetary health
Publications from Toxipedia
In 2016 we integrated many of Toxipedia's resources into our educational materials. Below we provide two well-accessed e-resources published by Toxipedia. See more about our partnership with Toxipedia.
|A Small Dose of Toxicology: The Health Effects of Common Chemicals, 2nd Edition by Steven G. Gilbert explores the principles of toxicology by examining the health effects of common chemical agents. This edition is available only as an e-book and can be viewed in English (free), German (free), Arabic (free) and Chinese (small fee).|
|Milestones in Toxicology. This poster presentation examines the development of the discipline of toxicology and its influence on civilization by highlighting significant milestones and discoveries related to toxicology. English. Spanish. Chinese (Simplified and Traditional).|