NCEH/ATSDR – Top 10 “Your Health, Your Environment” Blog Posts of 2015

As this year draws to a close, perhaps you’ve realized you didn’t get a chance to read all of the “Your Health, Your Environment” blog posts. To help you get caught up, here are the ten most popular posts of 2015: Some of the Biggest Problems Sometimes Have the Simplest Solutions Some of the Biggest Read More >

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Environmental Information for Everyone

Tracking Program staff come from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. Preston Burt is a health communications specialist and Shannon DeWitt is an information technology specialist.

Our coworkers at CDC’s Environmental Public Health Tracking Program (Tracking Program) come from a variety of disciplines and backgrounds. They include epidemiologists, statisticians, database developers, contract specialists, health communicators, and more. If you look closer at the people within those specialties, you will find an even wider array of skills. Read More >

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Keeping Kids Safe from Chemical Exposures in School

Chemical Exposures come in many shapes and sizes

Approximately 50 million U.S. students attended 100,811 public and private elementary and secondary schools during the 2013–2014 school year. Children spend about a third of their day in school, where they should be provided with a healthy environment. Read More >

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