Why Attend the Environmental Health Symposium?
Learn more about the 126 environmental toxicants that have been found in virtually ALL U.S. residents and how they are linked to acute and chronic disease.
Learn about mold contamination and related illness that may affect up to 50% of the homes in the United States that have water damage.
Equip yourself with the necessary tools to properly identify the patients that present to you with illness due to these compounds.
Learn the clinical presentations of these toxins and toxicants from the experts in the field of environmental medicine.
Come to EHS and join the growing community of healthcare providers committed to offering answers to the increasing number of patients with conditions related to environmental exposures.
Friday March 4: Mold Summit
This daylong intensive education for healthcare providers in mold-related illness will focus on disease conditions related to mold exposure as well as cutting edge therapies for mold-related illness. We will also have leaders in the field address the current standards of practice and science of remediation for mold-damaged buildings.
Discover the most common everyday Environmental
Exposures & the Diseases they Cause with a focus on:
An entire day devoted to identifying and remediating mold toxicity with the top experts in those realms
Daniel Bernazzani PhD – Indoor Mold Remediation: Sources, Testing, Identification, Toxicity
Clinical expertise on treating mycotoxin-related illness by William J Rea MD, Lisa Nagy MD, and Walter Crinnion, ND
The ONLY medical conference to bring in Gilles-Eric Seralini, PhD
THE researcher who documented adverse health effects of Roundup (glyphosate) along with others experts
discussing sources and treatment options for glyphosate and numerous other common toxicants
The latest update to the CDC 4th report lists 126 environmental toxicants that have been found in virtually ALL U.S. residents. ALL of these 126 toxicants have also been documented as mitochondrial poisons.
In addition, it has been estimated that up to 50% of the homes in the United States have water damage making mold contamination possible.
Are you equipped with the necessary tools to properly identify which of your patients are presenting with illness due primarily to these compounds?
Do you know the classic clinical presentations of these toxins and toxicants? We do.
In addition to this year’s focus on both mycotoxin-related illness and glyphosate, we will also focus on endocrine disruption that these ubiquitous toxicants cause. Please consider the following:
Endocrine disruptors affect the ability to conceive and carry a completely healthy child to term. Fully one third of pregnant women in America will not complete their pregnancies and of those that do, 12% of them will deliver preterm.
Infertility in men is a problem as well. Levels of testosterone in men have been dropping over the last few decades. It is now common to find men in their twenties and thirties that have testosterone low enough to be diagnosed with clinical hypogonadism. Several common (ubiquitous) airborne toxicants are strongly associated with these low testosterone levels in both men and women.
When couples are successful in having children, toxicant load is still an issue for their family. By the time children in the U.S. are 5 years old, just almost half (40%) will have some form of disability or disease, all of which have been correlated with toxicant exposure, pre or post-natally. Health problems, such as chemical sensitivity, that used to only develop in far older individuals are now seen in toddlers. As a result of the very same daily toxicant exposures, at least 16% of the population in California (according to the California Department of Health Services) qualifies as chemically sensitive (i.e. environmental illness or toxicant-induced loss of tolerance), and those numbers are growing.
We Already Know How To Fix This Problem
Healthcare providers can no longer afford to ignore the reality of environmentally-induced disease. Clinicians and the peer-reviewed literature have amassed sufficient evidence to link these current epidemics of chronic disease to toxicant exposure. Assessing body burden of toxicants is available, and effective strategies to reduce this body burden have already been developed.
Environmental Health Symposium (EHS) has stepped in to fill this need. Our mission is to to properly educate healthcare providers in diagnosing and treating environmentally induced illnesses. EHS is dedicated to addressing current issues in environmental exposures that directly affect the health and vitality of our current population.
The conference will focus on the toxicants we are all exposed to on a daily basis and emphasize medical protocols and technologies at our disposal to avoid these exposures and body burden. There is a growing consensus among researchers and clinicians that we must do this in order to reverse the current trajectory of disease and death globally.
This conference is designed to reverse and prevent the conditions that are threatening the viability and vitality of current and future generations. Using treatment strategies that are peer-reviewed and published in the current medical literature, this conference will provide a solution to a now unsustainable future.
Established experts in the field of environmental medicine will provide clinical guidance on assessing and addressing toxicant body burden and the relationship between decreasing body burden and recovery from the myriad conditions caused by toxicant exposure in the womb and throughout the human life cycle.
Our mission at EHS is to fully educate all healthcare providers so that they can identify patients that have toxicant-induced illness and properly treat the environmental causes of their health problems