Michael Castleman

Michael CastlemanMichael Castleman is "one of the nation's leading health writers" (Library Journal). He is the author of ten health books with a total of more than 2.2 million copies in print. His environmental health writing has appeared in Sierra, Mother Jones, and Men's Health, among many other publications. He has twice been nominated for National Magazine Awards, and has taught medical journalism at the University of California, Berkeley, Graduate School of Journalism (1995, 1996).

Castleman speaks about the environmental causes of particular cancers, pollution contamination of human breast milk and its implications for infant health, how endocrine disrupters threaten sperm count and men's reproductive function, and the special risks to children's health caused by environmental contaminants.

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