What do you remember from the summer of 2016? Perhaps a tumultuous election season. Maybe it was a summer of new jobs, weddings, graduations. But, for one New Jersey woman, she’ll remember it as a summer where her life was changed. The Hamilton Township Neighborhood When Adam and Kristin Polhemus moved into their new New …
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On June 6, join this online session co-hosted by the Centre for Chronic Disease Control (CCDC), the Centre for Environmental Health (CEH), Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI), and the Health and Environment Leadership Platform, an initiative launched by PHFI and Health Care Without Harm.
During the webinar, speakers will address the challenges the management of COVID-19 waste brings, and will present different strategies to achieve appropriate waste management during the current pandemic. The webinar would serve as a platform to address queries of health care facilities and the general public regarding COVID-19 waste management.
- Ruth Stringer: International Science & Policy Coordinator, Health Care Without Harm
- Dr. Shyamala Mani: Consultant, Centre for Environmental Health
- Representatives from the Central Pollution Control Board
- Dr. Malini R. Capoor: Biomedical Waste, Officer Incharge, VMMV & Safdarjung Hospital
- Dr. Ramesh Kumar: Medica Officer and Health & Director (Public Health), New Delhi Municipal Council
June 6, 2020, 04:30 PM India
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Do you sit for most of the day? Think about it. Whether you’re driving to work or sitting at your desk (at work), sitting takes up a big chunk of our day. Unfortunately, too many hours in a seated position can lead to locked-up and overly-shortened hip flexors. This leaves you feeling stiff, negatively affects your …
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