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Medical schools must prepare students to work in a world altered by climate change

Excellent article written by Stanford Medical School student Anna Goshua. She discusses ways that climate change will affect the practice of medicine, and the pressing need for medical education to prepare future physicians for these challenges. The development of courses in environmental medicine is a top priority for Texas PSR. https://www.statnews.com/2019/03/19/climate-change-medical-school/

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Healthy Home-Healthy Child: How Texas PSR’s Toxic Free Child Program Works for Participants and Our Partner Organizations

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Children exposed to air pollution more likely to develop depression by age 18.

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/jan/30/children-exposed-to-air-pollution-more-likely-to-develop-depression

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CBS News interview highlights the harmful effects of many common household toxic chemicals.

Excellent interview on CBS News with Dr. Leonardo Trasande, who provides more evidence about the harmful effects of many common household toxic chemicals. Texas PSR operates programs educating young low income pregnant and parenting women on how to avoid exposure and offers educational resources on our website here: www.texaspsr.org. https://www.cbsnews.com/news/sicker-fatter-poorer-the-cost-of-hormone-disrupting-chemicals/?fbclid=IwAR1dNOEF-AaFad1ud2mEmBaiMj-7Em_aSIcrpnvWxtNxR60ZVNNFibA_0sU

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