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Amanda Sokolowsky, Erika Marquez, Erin Sheehy, Casey Barber, and Shawn Gerstenberger
Published: Amanda Sokolowsky, Erika Marquez, Erin Sheehy, Casey Barber, and Shawn Gerstenberger
Amanda Sokolowsky, Erika Marquez, Erin Sheehy, Casey Barber, and Shawn Gerstenberger (Environmental and Occupational Health) recently authored "Health Hazards in the Home: An Assessment of a Southern Nevada Community," which appeared in the February issue of Journal of Community Health. The study focused on health outcomes in households with hazards including lead, domestic hygiene, carbon monoxide, damp and mold, excess cold and heat, and structural collapse in Henderson.
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