“The Return,” a dreamlike account of a Native woman and her baby, is an allegory for passing environmental health values to the next generation.
The UW report recommends ways to protect the health of Native American tribes and others affected by the cleanup.
New study suggests dietary nicotine may protect against this disorder, which results from the loss of dopamine-producing brain cells.
People are exposed to these endocrine-disrupting chemicals even if they eat an organic diet and do not store, prepare or cook in plastic containers.
UW’s Field Research and Consultation Group in Environmental and Occupational Health assess ventilation systems and airborne lead levels in firing ranges, and offer advice on lowering exposure.