The Clean Air Act Deserves Our Full Support
Achieving Environmental Justice: Perspectives on the Path Forward Through Collective Action to Eliminate Health Disparities
Humanizing Science at the US Environmental Protection Agency
A Renewed Commitment to Environmental Justice in Health Disparities Research
Promoting Environmental Justice
Collective Action to End Health Disparities
Symposium on Integrating the Science of Environmental Justice into Decision-Making at the Environmental Protection Agency: An Overview
Disproportionate Proximity to Environmental Health Hazards: Methods, Models, and Measurement
Residential Proximity to Environmental Hazards and Adverse Health Outcomes
Disproportionate Exposures in Environmental Justice and Other Populations: The Importance of Outliers
Conceptual Environmental Justice Model for Evaluating Chemical Pathways of Exposure in Low-Income, Minority, Native American, and Other Unique Exposure Populations
Conceptual Models for Cumulative Risk Assessment
Cumulative Risk Assessment for Combined Health Effects From Chemical and Nonchemical Stressors
Expanding the Scope of Environmental Risk Assessment to Better Include Differential Vulnerability and Susceptibility
Exploring Potential Sources of Differential Vulnerability and Susceptibility in Risk From Environmental Hazards to Expand the Scope of Risk Assessment
Expanding the Scope of Risk Assessment: Methods of Studying Differential Vulnerability and Susceptibility
Drinking Water Infrastructure and Environmental Disparities: Evidence and Methodological Considerations
Environmental Health Disparities in Housing
Strengthening Community Capacity to Participate in Making Decisions to Reduce Disproportionate Environmental Exposures
Critical Biological Pathways for Chronic Psychosocial Stress and Research Opportunities to Advance the Consideration of Stress in Chemical Risk Assessment
Community Stress, Psychosocial Hazards, and EPA Decision-Making in Communities Impacted by Chronic Technological Disasters
Health Disparities and Health Equity: The Issue Is Justice
Ethical Issues in Using Children's Blood Lead Levels as a Remedial Action Objective
The Health Status of the Negro Today and in the Future
Paul B. Cornely (1906-2002): Civil Rights Leader and Public Health Pioneer
Get Well and Go Back to Work!
Community-Based Participatory Research and Policy Advocacy to Reduce Diesel Exposure in West Oakland, California
Reformulating Lead-Based Paint as a Problem in Canada
Lessons Learned From a Decade of Focused Recruitment and Training to Develop Minority Public Health Professionals
Preventing Chronic Disease in the Workplace: A Workshop Report and Recommendations
Creating an Environmental Justice Framework for Policy Change in Childhood Asthma: A Grassroots to Treetops Approach
Analysis of Diesel Particulate Matter Health Risk Disparities in Selected US Harbor Areas
Particulate Air Pollution and Socioeconomic Position in Rural and Urban Areas of the Northeastern United States
Risk-Based Targeting: Identifying Disproportionalities in the Sources and Effects of Industrial Pollution
Moving Environmental Justice Indoors: Understanding Structural Influences on Residential Exposure Patterns in Low-Income Communities
Skewed Riskscapes and Gentrified Inequities: Environmental Exposure Disparities in Seattle, Washington
Physical and Mental Health, Cognitive Development, and Health Care Use by Housing Status of Low-Income Young Children in 20 American Cities: A Prospective Cohort Study
Effectiveness of a Household Environmental Health Intervention Delivered by Rural Public Health Nurses
Characterizing Workplace Exposures in Vietnamese Women Working in California Nail Salons
Data Sources for an Environmental Quality Index: Availability, Quality, and Utility
The Environmental Protection Agency's Community-Focused Exposure and Risk Screening Tool (C-FERST) and Its Potential Use for Environmental Justice Efforts
Shared Norms and Their Explanation for the Social Clustering of Obesity
Associations of Fast Food Restaurant Availability With Dietary Intake and Weight Among African Americans in the Jackson Heart Study, 2000-2004
Walking and Cycling in the United States, 2001-2009: Evidence From the National Household Travel Surveys
Association of Walkability With Obesity in Baltimore City, Maryland
Neighborhood Socioeconomic Disadvantage and the Shape of the Age-Crime Curve
Persistent Exposure to Arsenic via Drinking Water in Rural Bangladesh Despite Major Mitigation Efforts
Secondhand Smoke and Periodontal Disease: Atherosclerosis Risk in Communities Study
Diversity of Release Patterns for Jail Detainees: Implications for Public Health Interventions
Gender Disparities in Injury Mortality: Consistent, Persistent, and Larger Than You'd Think
Understanding Community-Based Processes for Research Ethics Review: A National Study