By Dr. Ankush K. Bansal The United Nations Climate Action Summit was held in New York at the United Nations Headquarters on September 21-22, 2019. This weekend prefaced the high-level meetings by heads of state and government officials from around the world that started on September 23. Representatives from governmental and non-governmental organizations from around …
PSR Florida’s e-newsletter for Spring 2019.
Fact sheet from PSR Florida on preventing amebic meningitis when swimming.
In this Herald-Tribune article, PSR Florida’s Dr. Lynn Ringenberg explains the dangers of mercury pollution from power plants.
This article from The Guardian features PSR Florida’s Dr. Howard Kessler discussing the health effects of lead poisoning.
Dr. Abbey Strauss interviews PSR Florida’s Dr. Lynn Ringenberg on climate and health.
In a Florida Times-Union letter to the editor, PSR Florida’s Dr. Todd Sack applauds FL Gov. Ron DeSantis’ executive orders on water protection, citing health benefits.
Our goal is to educate Floridians about the dangers of lead in drinking water and to pass legislation mandating filtration of drinking water in Florida schools. Please visit: Removethelead.com for more information
PSR Florida’s Dr. Lynn Ringenberg talks to WTSP about climate change and health. Dr. Ringenberg, a pediatrician, describes how climate change is affecting children’s health and how she works to get the word out about the need to fight climate change.
The negative aspects of climate change pose great threats to our communities and their health. The burden is greater for vulnerable populations, including the poor, minority groups, women, children, the elderly, and the disabled. Health professionals can create safer environments for their community by joining PSR Florida in implementing the My Green Doctor Program. My Green Doctor …