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View Resource The Relationship Between Housing and Health: Children at Risk Workshop: Report on the Workshop

This .pdf publication from the National Center for Healthy Housing reports information discussed during a 2002 workshop. It reviews the relationship between childhood asthma and housing,...

http://www.centerforhealthyhousing.org/Children_at_Risk_Work...
View Resource Safety and Health Topics: Toxic Metals: Lead

This OSHA webpage provides information on the toxic metal, lead. Information on the recognition, evaluation, control, regulatory compliance and training on lead exposure is provided.

http://www.osha.gov/SLTC/lead/index.html
View Resource Housing and Health: Time Again for Public Health Action

This .pdf article from the American Journal of Public Health describes the justification for addressing environmental and safety issues in homes. It discusses why poor housing conditions often lead...

http://www.centerforhealthyhousing.org/Housing_and_Health.pd...
View Resource Healthy Housing: A Structured Review of Published Evaluations of US Interventions to Improve Health by Modifying Housing in the United States

This is a .pdf article from the National Center for Healthy Houses, National Healthy Homes Training Center website. The article was originally published in the "American Journal of Public Health" in...

http://www.centerforhealthyhousing.org/Retrieving_the_Eviden...
View Resource Sources of Indoor Air Pollution-Lead (Pb)

Lead has long been recognized as a harmful environmental pollutant. There are many ways in which humans are exposed to lead: through air, drinking water, food, contaminated soil, deteriorating paint...

http://www.epa.gov/iaq/lead.html
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