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Environmental health

New cool tools
Inhale, exhale, analyze
Published Winter 2017
With an EPA grant, a Hopkins team has built 250 WeatherCubes to help scientists, residents, and policymakers understand air quality / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Environmental health
Scientists wary of coming climate policy shift
Published Dec 8, 2016
Experts discuss what Trump's global warming skepticism, pledge to revive coal mean for environmental, public health
Environmental health
A prelude to Flint
Published Sept 22, 2016
Failure to learn lessons a decade earlier led to Flint water crisis, scientist Marc Edwards says
New program to focus on environmental health
Published Aug 31, 2016
Department of Environmental Health and Engineering will be shared by JHU's schools of public health, engineering
Study links fracking to health problems
Published Aug 25, 2016
Unconventional natural gas wells associated with migraines, fatigue, chronic nasal and sinus symptoms
Litter-free Baltimore
Tracking trash
Published Aug 24, 2016
PhD candidates honored by Abell Foundation for simple ideas to help make Baltimore's streets cleaner
Environmental health
Fracking and asthma
Published July 18, 2016
Study: Proximity to active unconventional natural gas wells increases likelihood of asthma attacks
Hospitals go green
Published Nov 5, 2015
Three Johns Hopkins-affiliated hospitals included on list of 50 greenest in U.S.
Maternal health
Fracking and pregnancy
Published Oct 12, 2015
Expectant mothers near hydraulic fracturing wells at greater risk for premature births, study suggests / Bloomberg School of Public Health
E-Nnovation Initiative
New endowed professorships
Published Sept 10, 2015
Kellogg Schwab, Hal Dietz named to research professorships endowed by donations, state funding