Journal of Environmental Health
Volume 80, No. 9
About the Cover
Lung cancer is the leading cause of cancer death in the U.S. Smoking and radon are the leading causes of lung cancer. Environmental risks are inversely related to income and socioeconomic status disparities are associated with a lack of action to reduce environmental risks. This issue’s cover article, “Personalized Report-Back to Renters on Radon and Tobacco Smoke Exposure,” evaluates the impact, feasibility, and acceptability of a dual home screening and a personalized environmental report-back intervention to prompt action to reduce home exposure to radon and secondhand smoke in renters.
Table of Contents
Advancement of the Science
- Personalized Report-Back to Renters on Radon and Tobacco Smoke Exposure
- Evaluation of Nitrate Concentrations and Potential Sources of Nitrate in Private Water Supply Wells in North Carolina
- A Review of Nontuberculosis Mycobacteria Presence in Raw and Pasteurized Bovine Milk
Advancement of the Practice
- Direct From CDC/EHS: All-Inclusive or a la Carte? Many Routes to Adopt the Model Aquatic Health Code
- Direct From NCSL: 2017 State Environmental Health Legislation
- Private Drinking Water Systems: Creating a Public Health Network for Partnerships, Resources, and Training: Part 1: The Private Water Network
Advancement of the Practitioner
- JEH Quiz #6
- Career Opportunities
- EH Calendar
- Resource Corner
- President's Message: An Evolving Workforce
- NEHA Organizational Members
- Special Listing
- NEHA 2018 AEC and HUD Healthy Homes Conference
- NEHA News
- DirecTalk: Musings From the 10th Floor: Going Local to Improve Diet and Health
- American Public Health Association
- HealthSpace USA Inc
- Industrial Test Systems, Inc.
- Ozark River Portable Sinks
- Paper Thermometer Co.
- Prism Analytical Technologies
- Sweeps Software, Inc.