Photo: EHS Student, Erin Milner working with fishermen in Kenya to understand the impact of fishery access on food security and nutrition around Lake Victoria.

Kirk R. Smith study finds link between wood smoke and pneumonia, cognitive impact
November 10, 2011

Thomas McKone comments on memo that environmentalists claim shows how state caved to industry pressure on pesticide
Rebecca Fuoco blogs on lead control economic and health returns
October 24, 2011

Kirk Smith Brings Global Attention to the Effects of Solid Fuel Use on Health and Climate Change
Kirk Smith comments on danger to the U.S. from radiation released by nuclear reactors in Japan. UC Berkeley NewsCenter
March 17, 2011

Tom McKone more concerned about stress levels we create for ourselves in the U.S. than nuclear exposure from the evolving crisis in Japan. WSJ MarketWatch
March 15, 2011

PhD student David Holstius featured in Scientific American for work on Clean Drinking Water in Haiti
February 18, 2011

Martyn Smith provided comments for a recent story about the safety of a new hair trend
November 29, 2010

Steve Rappaport interviewed on the Science Podcast from Science Magazine
October 22, 2010

Stephen Rappaport and Martyn Smith published a perspective in Science
October 22, 2010

Martyn Smith Recieves Children's Health Advocate Award 
October 27, 2010

Martyn Smith comments on high benzene exposures from natural gas in Fort Worth, Texas
January 27, 2010
Mark Nicas in the New York Times on Flu Prevention
January 27, 2010
Kirk Smith Recieves Heinz Award
September 15, 2009
Nina Holland in LA times article about childhood pesticide exposure
August 17, 2009
Kirk Smith Editorial in New Scientist
June 25, 2009
Mark Nicas discusses flu transmission on Discovery's Daily Planet (video)
April 28, 2009
Long-term ozone exposure linked to higher risk of death, finds nationwide study
March 13, 2009
Michael Jerrett & John Balmes appear on NPR to discuss ozone
March 11, 2009
Robert Spear awarded Berkeley Citation
May 8, 2008
Study shows the dangers of hookahs
February 7, 2008
Area-wide traffic calming
January 15, 2008
Hookah smoking as tough on lungs as cigarettes
January 3, 2008
Balmes appointed to Air Resources Board
December 20, 2007

China must go green, and soon
December 17, 2007
Hanson Cement considers moving planned quarry pit
December 11, 2007
A clear pattern of risk emerges from city smog
December 10, 2007
Health toll of climate change seen as ethical crisis
December 1, 2007
Keeping toxics out of consumer goods
October 28, 2007
Smith comments on living healthy and green on ABC News
September 14, 2007
Kitchen smoke silent killer in poor regions of Asia
September 13, 2007
Smoke from fires impacts Bay Area air quality
September 6, 2007
NIEHS awards $4.7 million to help detect human exposure to environmental contaminants
September 5, 2007
Schwarzenegger appoints McKone to scientific panel
August 31, 2007
Laser printer pollution
August 1, 2007
Managing household hazardous waste
August 9, 2007
Hazards of indoor air pollution
June 14, 2007
Doctoral student Liu wins best poster prize at AIHce
June 7, 2007
Children's lungs fall victim to traffic pollution
April 25, 2007
Where we live may be to blame for rising obesity
April 22, 2007
A safer world for kids: Clinton-era order protecting children spawned global effort
April 22, 2007
Jackson speaks to Marin officials about built environment
April 19, 2007
Twenty-first century health challenges will require collaboration
March 9, 2007
Standing up to the car culture
February 25, 2007
Smoking increases risk of TB infection, new study finds
February 26, 2007
Maintaining healthy lifestyles
January 18, 2007
Debate over tobacco company funding of research
January 16, 2007
Indoor air pollution kills women
January 8, 2007
Biomonitoring reveals chemical pollutants in our bodies
October 19, 2006
The problem with perchlorate
October 13, 2006
Researchers put their backpacks into monitoring air
October 9, 2006
Town planning blamed for obesity
September 27, 2006
Where we live plays an important role in how much we exercise and in how healthy we are
August 20, 2006
Air freshener could damage lungs
August 7, 2006
9/11 impaired firefighters' lungs
August 2, 2006
Richard Jackson: defining places of the heart
July 2006
Rural air pollution often overlooked
July 2006
International medical society honors John Balmes
July 2006
Katharine Hammond quoted in USA Today article on WHO smoking policy
July 12, 2006
Tom McKone quoted in USA Today article on dioxin
July 11, 2006
Martyn Smith quoted in Los Angeles Times article "Soft drink, with a twist of benzene?"
April 4, 2006
Richard Jackson to be honored by the Breast Cancer Fund
March 23, 2006
New report sets framework for California "green chemistry" policy
March 14, 2006
Nina Holland finds that susceptibility to pesticides highly variable among Latina women and children
March 2, 2006
EHS doctoral students summarize SPH Symposium presentations
February 14, 2006
Martyn T. Smith quoted in article linking leukemia to benzene exposure
February 2, 2006
Katharine Hammond comments on a new finding that secondhand smoke causes breast cancer
January 25, 2006
Study by Martyn Smith finds that food additive inhibits longevity enzyme in yeast, increases cell toxicity
December 16, 2005
NPR interviews Martyn T. Smith about the toxic effects of the Harbin, China spill
November 25, 2005
Living on Earth invites Richard Jackson to discuss unsafe mold spore levels in New Orleans
November 25, 2005
Spear Receives China’s Friendship Award
September 30, 2005
EHS faculty find that passive smoking kills as many women as active smoking in China
September 4, 2005
Mayor Bates and Dean Shortell bring public health students to the people
August 25, 2005
Katharine Hammond's research on secondhand smoke used to urge parents to quit smoking
July 22, 2005
Catherine Koshland develops method to detect lead in soil
July 6, 2005
EHS alumna wins first prize at GETA meeting
May 24, 2005
Tom McKone tests alternative way to assess environmental risk
March 1, 2005
Student research on cateract and solid fuel use published in the International Journal of Epidemiology
February 28, 2005
New study finds kelp can reduce level of hormone related to breast cancer risk
February 2, 2005
Doctoral student develops new tool for epidemiological studies
January 1, 2005
Martyn T. Smiths co-authors report that suggests low levels of benzene exposure can be harmful
December 2, 2004
EHS Fall 2004 Newsletter
October 20, 2004
Kirk R. Smith links cooking with biomass to low birth weight
September 1, 2004
Kirk R. Smith contributes to air pollution report
September 1, 2004
Katherine Hammond lectures in Ireland on eve of smoking ban
June 1, 2004
Martyn T. Smith receives funding for Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma study
June 1, 2004
Robert C. Spear honored with Jin Ding Award in Sichuan, China
November 18, 2003
Thomas McKone wins the 2003 Constance L. Mehlman Award
December 1, 2003
Michael P. Wilson awarded with Switzer Environmental Fellowship
September 10, 2003
Catherine Koshland named as UC Berkeley's next Vice Provost
September 10, 2003
Division News from the Chair
August 26, 2003
Rosemary Castorina and Tracy Woodruff published in EHP
August 1, 2003
Amy D. Kyle co-authors new EPA report
February 25, 2003
Kirk Smith publishes editorial on fossil fuels in Science
December 5, 2002