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Ecological Medicine Topic Posts

  1. Breast cancer, scientific uncertainty, and the rise of women’s activism: A detective story


    Dr. Ted Schettler & Carolyn Raffensperger With Kaitlin Butler and Ann Manning   Carondelet Center, Sisters of Saint Joseph Event Center, Room G-1 1890 Randolph Ave, St Paul, MN 55105   October 21, 2015, 7pm-9pm   Free and Open to the Public RSVP appreciated – Seating is Limited: email Sherri AT sehn DOT org Up until…Read More →

  2. New Updates for A Story of Health, Multimedia eBook


    One in ten children has asthma. . . One in six children has a developmental disability… Although still rare, childhood leukemia has increased by 55% over the past 35 years…   These are powerful statistics, but the relationships between our natural, built, and social environments are complex and sometimes difficult to understand. A Story of…Read More →

  3. January Networker is now available


    SEHN Networker Volume 20 (1) January 2015 Reconnecting medicine with public environmental health: an Ecologic Framework  Dear Friend, We wish to send along deep gratitude for your support as we work together to advance a holistic environmental health framework in law, science and policy. 2014 was a tremendously successful year for SEHN, none of which…Read More →

  4. New Release! The Ecology of Breast Cancer: The Promise of Prevention and the Hope for Healing


    “Dr Schettler makes a convincing case that we must look more broadly at breast cancer to understand it. If we are able to understand the individual biology and lifestyle along with the world the individual inhabits,we will surely have a better chance not only of helping people live once they’ve been diagnosed, but keeping them…Read More →

  5. Environmental Threats to Healthy Aging

    By October, 2008 This report primarily examines the lifetime influences of environmental factors on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases and their underlying pathologic mechanisms. Our close look at the science of these diseases shows they are related to a number of features of modern society and that Alzheimer’s disease especially is linked to other serious health…Read More →