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Earth Day: Environmental Health Resources

Earth Day Reference Guide – resources from the Library of Congress’s Science Technology & Business Division. Includes sections on:

Databases

Big News for Ontario

From the News Release:

“The province is providing nearly $560,000 to support two new annual fellowships over three years for a total of six new fellowships. 861 more words

Environmental Health

PAWSitively excited for May 8

The 2014 Lexington-Fayette County Health Department Low-Cost Rabies Vaccination Clinic is less than three weeks away. We appreciate any help you can provide in helping us promote the clinic. 124 more words

Staff Highlights

3 plants that help improve air quality  

According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), indoor air quality is one of the top five risks to our health. Carbon dioxide (CO’2) levels that are too high may cause drowsiness, headaches and reduced activity levels. 87 more words

Physical Health

Activating Science: How the Environmental Breast Cancer Movement is Shifting Science for the Better

Thank you to Breast Cancer Action for publishing this in this Spring’s “The Source”! I am constantly inspired by your organizing, and I am excited to try to make the innovative changes in the Environmental Breast Cancer research world accessible to more people! 2,415 more words

Feeling Good About Rubber Mulch

Have you often wondered about why you should stop using a perfectly good biodegradable substance to landscape with like wood mulch and switch to something that won’t break down or fade away like… 354 more words

Rubber Mulch

Years of Living Dangerously

http://www.upworthy.com/a-controversial-episode-with-harrison-ford-and-don-cheadle-that-will-haunt-you-make-the-time

Showtime recently came out with the new show “Years of Living Dangerously,” which is a nine-part documentary series focusing on climate change. Attached is the first episode of the installment, which features prominent thinker Thomas Friedman along with actors Don Cheadle and Harrison Ford. 443 more words