In this issue:
- Perspective in a Time of Fear: Carmen Zorrilla, MD,on Zika, pregnant women, and lessons learned from HIV
- Zika virus in the exam room: What do clinicians need to know?
- Consultas Naturistas: An Overview of Practice at an Integrative Free Clinic
- In Practice: Integrative Medicine with Dr. Lawrence Li
- Expanding Practice, Serving the Underserved
- Steps to Health: Community Health Workers and Diabetic Patients in Oregon’s Columbia Gorge
- New Study Correlates Phthalate Exposure and Women’s Health Issues
- Long-term neurobiologic effects on migrant tobacco farmworkers
- Work-related Asthma:Swapping a microfiber cloth for the disinfectant at California schools
- New Childhood Agricultural Injuries Fact Sheet: Know the Facts
In our Summer 2016 issue, we cover integrative medicine with a first-person account from a nutritionist serving the underserved followed by a profile of a physician integrating alternative approaches to his work at an FQHC. Be sure to read the wonderful interview with Carmen Zorrilla, MD, on her work fighting HIV/AIDS and now Zika among pregnant women in Puerto Rico, and the accompanying article on serving migrants who have been exposed to Zika. This issue also features two Oregon-based articles: on Expanding Practice Dental Hygienists in the state, and on one health center's Community Health Worker programs to fight diabetes. Our Environmental and Occupational Health section offers up a short take on the correlation between endometriosis and pesticides, a summary of a study on the effects of nicotine and pesticides on tobacco farm migrant workers, an update on a project in California aiming to get disinfectant out of the classroom, and a run-down of a new resource regarding children injured on the farm. Please enjoy the issue, and don't forget to share your favorite article through social media.
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