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Drawing on peer-reviewed scientific and medical research, Dr. Lockwood meticulously details the symptoms of climate change and their medical side effects.
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Healthy People, Healthy Planet 3-part lecture taped for University of Delaware Nursing School Course
GBPSR's Dr. Dick Clapp and speaker Jill Stein MD at Boston University Medical School taping of Healthy People, Healthy Planet for University of Delaware Nursing School course.
Dr. Jill Stein's recently taped 3-part, 1-1/2 hour lecture for a University of Delaware Nursing School course titled Healthy People, Healthy Planet, is now available for download on Boston University's Superfund Reserch Program website. It also can be streamed as Flash files on the BUSRP website.
The 3-part lecture, recorded remotely by the University of Delaware School of Nursing in December 2009, was arranged by the Boston University Superfund Basic Research Project (BUSBRP). GBPSR serves on its outreach advisory committee.
The presentations cover the environmental drivers of climate change and chronic disease, as well as cross cutting solutions, and are based on GBPSR's recent report Environmental Threats to Healthy Aging. GBPSR is currently working on a speaker package to be released in early 2010 that include slides, notes and references to enable others to present on this topic.
Downloading the 3 Modules
Please note: The video files (AVI format) are large and will take a while to download, so please be patient. The exact time will depend upon computer configuration and type of connection. Most popular video players (e.g., Windows Media Player, VLC media player, MPlayer) support AVI files.
Playing and/or Saving the Modules
What happens when you click on the module links below depends on what mouse button you press and what browser you are using.
- Internet Explorer will by default launch Windows Media Player on Windows OS computers, load and then play the file. You can then save it to your computer from the File menu (this option is available in more recent versions).
- Firefox, Opera, and Safari will present a dialog box from which you can either open (view) or save the file.
- Chrome and SR Ware Iron (Open Source version of Chrome) will download (save) the file to your Downloads folder and give you the choice to Open (play) it in a media player.
- Alternatively, you can right click on a module link using any browser and choose some version of "Save As..."
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