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Environmental health is the study of the chemical, biological, and physical factors in our environment that positively or negatively impact human health. It encompasses the assessment and control of those environmental factors in our air, water, soil, homes and workplaces, and is targeted toward preventing disease and creating healthy environments.
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Celebrating 50 years of environmental public health at CSU
This two-day celebration April 13-14 at the Hilton Hotel in Fort Collins features updates on the Environmental Public Health undergraduate program as well opportunities for you to provide feedback and connect with students, alumni, faculty and staff.
NPR: A new flu is spilling over from cows to people in the U.S. How worried should we be?
These studies indicate influenza D is likely what’s called an emerging virus. It’s jumping into people who work with animals, such as dairy farmers, but it’s not likely spreading much beyond that. Study authors include Stephen Reynolds, Josh Schaeffer, and James Seidel of the High Plains Center for Agricultural Health and Safety.
Women in Science Network convenes around One Health, education, climate change, equity
Colorado State University’s annual Women in Science Symposium brought together a breadth of people from different disciplines to discuss multicultural aspects of One Health.