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FW: January 2004: e.hormone Web Site Update

Charles Miller rellim at tulane.edu
Fri Jan 16 14:43:03 EST 2004

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From: Wendy Hessler <w.hessler at COX.NET>
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Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 11:35:06 -0600
To: EEOH-L at tulane.edu
Subject: January 2004: e.hormone Web Site Update

    "Your gateway to the environment and hormones"

January 16,  2004

e.hormone Web Site

e.hormone Annual Conference
October 13-16, 2004, New Orleans, LA

Center for Bioenvironmental Research at Tulane/Xavier Universities


o NEW SCIENCE (January 2004)

    -  2003 Recap
           Read last year's highlights of research and policy trends/news.
           Compiled by Wendy Hessler

o RESEARCH BRIEFS (January 2004)

    -  Feedlot effluent on fish

o RESOURCES   (January 2004)

    -  Links: DES Teleconference Summaries
    -  Links: Free Access to Online Environmental Health Perspectives
    -  Books: The Role of Environmental Hazards in Premature
                    Birth: Workshop Summary
    -  Books: Pediatric Environmental Health‹2nd Edition

o NEWS LINKS   (Updated 5 January 2004)

    - 25 new articles listed including:

      - All Clear for Cattle Growth Hormones, Despite Cancer Fears
      - Indoor Air is Becoming Polluted by Powerful Household Chemicals
      - Evidence of Chemical Effects on Children Mounts
      - Changes in Fish Tied to Feedlots
      - Young Males Exposed to Pesticide Endosulfan See Delay in Sexual
      - Steroids in herbal eczema creams

o CONFERENCE KIOSK (Updated January 2004)

--  2/20/04: Obesity: Developmental Origins and Environmental Influences,
     Durham, North Carolina
--  3/21 - 25/04: Society of Toxicology Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland
--  4/18 - 22/04: SETAC Europe 14th Annual Meeting, Prague, Czech Republic
--  6/6 - 9/04: Brominated Flame Retardants Workshop, Toronto, Canada
--  6/23 - 25/04: 4th Ministerial Conference on Environment and Health,
    Budapest, Hungary

e.hormone web site is an educational service where those interested in
singaling and the interaction between the environment and hormones -
including endocrine disrupters - can find accurate, timely information and
contribute to the ongoing public debate.

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The Center for Bioenvironmental Research at Tulane and Xavier Universities
(CBR) supports and maintains the e.hormone web site. CBR researchers
collaborate across disciplines, departments, and universities to study and
propose solutions to environmental problems. For inquiries, visit the CBR
web site at http://www.cbr.tulane.edu, e-mail cbr at tcs.tulane.edu, or phone
(504) 585-6910.

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