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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January is National Radon Action Month. The following information can help you protect yourself and your family from exposure to the dangers of radon gas.
Giving Tuesday offers a gentle reminder to give back to your favorite causes and local community by donating your time, money, goods, or your voice. New
For over 15 years, the National Environmental Education Foundation (NEEF) has worked closely with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to
If you grew up playing outside until you were called home for dinner, you might not recognize the “play landscape” of today’s kids. Why? They’ve largely moved
With summer in full swing, how can you beat the heat, stay cool, and keep healthy when temperatures soar? Besides staying indoors in the air-conditioning and
Consuming some fish and shellfish can pose some health risks. How? Seafood may accumulate illness-causing microorganisms and contaminants, including elevated
For many, June marks the kick-off of a more relaxed pace, as the school year ends, vacations begin, and people head outdoors to enjoy the warm summer weather
Your child's favorite stuffed animal may be their worst enemy. Sleeping with Buttercup the teddy bear may be provoking nighttime asthma attacks. However
Through our programs and initiatives, NEEF aims to increase your understanding of how the environment affects your daily life. We want to reduce the physical
Research on the physical and mental health benefits of spending time outdoors continue to mount. Studies have demonstrated that time in nature may help prevent