Two new Science Selections in Environmental Health Perspectives

The September issue of EHP contains two news articles on two newly published papers (aka Science Selections) by yours truly.
The first addresses a dengue fever forecast model developed by and for the government of Singapore. Dengue is the world's fastest-growing vector-borne disease, with a reported 30-fold increase in incidence over the last 50 years. It's a real problem in Singapore.
The second addresses a longitudinal study evaluating the relationship between exposure to PM2.5 and kidney function in older men. It offers early evidence that PM2.5 is associated with lower kidney function and a higher rate of kidney function over time.

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