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The BREATHE Children’s Center aims to put science into practice with new and improved communication strategies that inform and engage students, community members, health professionals, and policymakers!
Available Now! Lung Health Ambassador Program
Under development and Coming Soon: Lung Health Dashboard
Coming Soon: Lung Health Corps
Indoor air quality can impact your lungs. Our partners at The American Lung Association work to ensure that the air we breathe is clean and safe from harmful pollution.
Learn more by visiting their website: Clean Air | American Lung Association
The Lung Health Ambassador Program (LHAP) aims to inform young students of lung health and risk factors for lung disease. Through this initiative, we aim to build a culture of young students to better understand the impact their environment has on their health, while equipping them with tools they can use and build upon. Further, we will provide teachers with resources and educational material that are in accordance with current priorities of the local schools and communities, as well as access to healthcare professionals, researchers and scientists for the local schools and their staff.
Click here if interested in LHAP at your school or community center.
The interactive Kids BREATHE Lung Health Dashboard will display relevant, actionable information using map-based visualization. This interactive dashboard will combine decades of children’s environmental health research findings to communicate knowledge about hazardous exposures, associated health risks, and the potential benefits of interventions.
A coordinated advocacy program of volunteers at the local, state, and national levels.
Impact Report - October 2017
NIEHS/EPA Children's Environmental Health and Disease Prevention Research Centers
The BREATHE Children Center is supported by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) of the National Institutes of Health under award number P2CES033415.