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The environment has potentially enormous impacts on human health, though at the moment we can probably only see the tip of the iceberg. (Image by Angskar Walk, Wikimedia Commons)

A letter from the Editor.

Thank you for clicking the support button!

Health & Environment is dedicated to improving understanding of the public health implications of human exposure to environmental chemicals.

But we know it could be better, especially in terms of:

  • More multimedia content, especially videos, produced by us
  • More regular in-depth discussions of key environmental health issues
  • Assurance of accuracy by introduction of peer-review processes for our articles

This costs money: if you would like to help, please contact Paul Whaley: pwhaley@cancerpreventionsociety.org.

If ten people paid 30 pounds a year – the equivalent of a cheap magazine subscription each – it would pay for one multimedia feature, two website posts explaining an issue in depth, or two lead feature articles.

Because H&E is run by the Cancer Prevention and Education Society (CPES), the content we produce reaches far beyond the website.

H&E is feeding a huge appetite in the medical profession for environmental health information. This information rarely makes it into the clinical journals that medics normally read, yet it has profound implications for public health and medical practice.

By supporting H&E, you also support CPES in its work to educate medical professionals and politicians about how the environment affects health, in seminars and medical education programmes.

We hope you can see that by donating you will be supporting much more than just H&E: you will directly contribute to the success of a quietly innovative programme which aims to prevent harm to health caused by environmental chemicals.

If you would like to donate, you can do so by cheque by printing this form and sending it to CPES. CPES is a charity registered in England and Wales, no. 1089082, and handles all donations for H&E.

Thank you for taking the time to consider this – we hope you continue to read and enjoy H&E. If you have any questions or comments, please don’t hesitate to get in touch: editor@healthandenvironmentonline.com

Yours sincerely,

Paul Whaley, Editor.

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