Addressing Common Asthma Myths
Over 25 million people in the US have asthma, and it's the leading chronic disease in children. We tackle some...
The Increasing Demand and Decreasing Supply of Water
The demand for water is expected to increase while supplies decrease due to a growing population and climate...
Air Pollution, Mental Health, and America’s Aging Population
Air quality affects health in many ways. New research explores the connection between air pollution, cognitive...
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Over 25 million people in the US have asthma, and it's the leading chronic disease in children. We tackle some asthma myths with the help of Dr. Lisa de
In this article, we share how becoming a grant reviewer can give you the edge you need to write more successful grant proposals.
What Makes Air Healthy? Fresh air. You know it when you smell it—but do you know what actually makes air “clean?” Clean air contains a naturally occurring
Spring is in the air! Grasses are growing and flowers are blooming, and whether you’re new to the gardening game or your thumb has long been green, you’re
Celebrate environmental education all month long in April with activities that bring Earth Day, Arbor Day, and much more into the classroom.
Today, many plants and trees are blooming earlier than they did over the past century due to milder winters and earlier spring thaws.
Water: it’s essential to life on Earth … and often taken for granted. When was the last time you thought about where water comes from when you turn on the
The Connection Between Parks and Health Public lands have long been a place to enjoy the many benefits of reconnecting with nature—dating all the way back to
It's hurricane season. If you haven't yet prepared yourself and your family for the impacts of one of these natural hazards, there's no time like the present.
Liaison to NEEF's Ex-Officio Board, Dr. Sharunda Buchanan, Leads HHS' New Office of Environmental Justice Everyone deserves the opportunity to live the