The archived webinar for the Oct 22-23, 2015 Clinical Lead Training: Enhancing Strategies to Protect Young Children from Lead Poisoning is now available. Oct 22 presentations by Ed Norman, David Eldridge, and Lakieta Sanders: https://ncnutrition.adobeconnect.com/p8zojx0yjc6/ Oct 23 presentations by Kate … Continued
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Check out the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s new video about smoke-free housing. What housing providers need to know to go smoke-free. This video covers benefits and obstacles and how to address them. It presents tips to enforcing … Continued
National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week (NLPPW) CDC and HHS share the goal of eliminating childhood lead poisoning in the United States. NLPPW occurs every year during the last full week in October. During NLPPW, CDC aims to: Raise awareness about … Continued
Registration is now open for the Oct 22-23, 2015 Clinical Lead Training at the State Laboratory of Public Health. Participants may also attend the live webinar. Registration should be completed by October 15: http://www.quia.com/sv/711168.html
Please join the NC State Lab and the NC Public Health Foundation for Clinical Lab Day 2015.
A brochure on the risks associated with Ayurvedic Medicine and Heavy Metals has been created in collaboration with the Refugee and International Health Program at the Minnesota Department of Health. The brochure is available in English, Punjabi, Gujarati, Urdu, Nepali, … Continued
The FDA is working with the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH) and other states to continue to warn consumers and caregivers not to use Eu Yan Sang (Hong Kong) Ltd.’s “Bo Ying compound” because of the possible … Continued
ChangeLab Solutions has released the following new resources: Policy Toolkit and Executive Summary: The toolkit provides information on housing market trends and research on the links between rising housing costs and poor health outcomes. It identifies strategies across six policy … Continued
’Tis the season to be burning synthetic fire logs, but a new study from UNC’s Gillings School of Global Public Health reports that using these prepackaged fireplace staples also could increase the chances of developing breast cancer. Read more.