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The Week in Environmental Health News, June 20 to June 25, 2010

In order to help you find topics that interest you, this week’s news articles are categorized under: Disease and Medical Environmental Contaminants Environmental Health Food Gulf Oil Spill HIV / Aids Water Work Place Health and Safety DISEASE AND MEDICAL California, USA: Whooping cough now an epidemic in California (23 Jun 2010) Blogs/Bad AstronomyDiscover By:

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The Week in Environmental Health News, June 14 to June 18, 2010

In order to help you find topics that interest you, this week’s news articles are categorized under: Disease and Medical Environmental Contaminants Environmental Health Food Gulf Oil Spill H1N1 HIV / Aids Nanotechnology and Environmental Health Water Work Place Health and Safety DISEASE AND MEDICAL California, USA: No changes in restrictions on gay blood donors

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The Week in Environmental Health News, June 07 to June 11, 2010

In order to help you find topics that interest you, this week’s news articles are categorized under: Disease and Medical Environmental Contaminants Environmental Health Food Gulf Oil Spill H1N1 Water Work Place Health and Safety DISEASE AND MEDICAL U.S.A: Study is first to find that CPAP therapy restores brain tissue in adults with sleep apnea

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The Week in Environmental Health News, May 31 to June 04, 2010

In order to help you find topics that interest you, this week’s news articles are categorized under: Disease and Medical Environmental Contaminants Environmental Health Food Gulf Oil Spill H1N1 Water Work Place Health and Safety DISEASE AND MEDICAL California, USA: Whooping cough still with us, still dangerous (31 May 2010) Health, Los Angeles Times. By:

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The Russian Pandemic of 1889 and the H1N1 Pandemic of 2009/10

By: Rosemary Stephen PMed, (cert) EOH, IPM, Elements: Environmental Health Intelligence I received an interesting e-mail from a reader with a link to a short, on-line article by Casey Johnston entitled “Much slower travel couldn’t contain influenza even in 1889″ [1]. This article looks at the Russian flu pandemic (aka Asiatic flu) that predates the

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