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Category: Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR)

All Hands on Deck! Geospatial mapping meets outbreak control

All Hands on Deck” video screenshot

The Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry’s (ATSDR) Geospatial Research, Analysis, and Services Program (GRASP) and National Center for Environmental Health’s (NCEH) Vessel Sanitation Program (VSP) produced a video that explains the vital role geospatial science and technology can play in supporting cruise ship outbreak investigations. The video (All Hands on Deck!), featuring Dr. Read More >

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Welcome to CDC’s NCEH/ATSDR Clear Writing Hub!

Clear Writing site

Part 3: Tools for writing a scientific journal article Share Your Knowledge: Write a Scientific Journal Article Our NCEH/ATSDR blog, “Your Health, Your Environment,” reaches a varied audience. Whether you want to know more about our programs, get to know our scientists, or learn something new about environmental health, you can find a post to Read More >

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World Hearing Day: March 3rd. “Don’t Let Hearing Loss Limit You.”

Hearing for Life

What is World Hearing Day, and what is it trying to achieve? Held on March 3rd each year, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) World Hearing Day is the largest global awareness campaign on ear and hearing care. It started in 2007, at the First International Conference on Prevention and Rehabilitation of Hearing Impairment in Beijing, Read More >

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Welcome to CDC’s NCEH/ATSDR Clear Writing Hub!

Clear Writing site

Part 2: Training and Advocacy Everybody Writes Are you a writer? Most people would quickly answer, “No!” But think about it: do you ever write any of the following? Emails or texts Complaint letters Teacher notes Condolence notes Social media posts or comments Job reports If you regularly use these common methods of communication, aren’t Read More >

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Welcome to CDC’s NCEH/ATSDR Clear Writing Hub!

Clear Writing site

CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) and the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) have long been your sources for the latest in environmental health news and information. But now they are your source for clear writing support as well! Read More >

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How much do you know about environmental health?

Air, Food, Soil and Water

How much do you know about environmental health? We’re back for another round of testing your knowledge about environmental health! Read More >

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Children’s Environmental Health Day – October 10, 2019

Children Enviornment Health Day

ATSDR Protecting Children’s Health – Our Future Generation! Today, children may face illnesses linked to environmental exposures where they live, learn, and play. For example, children may be exposed to harmful chemicals in the air they breathe, the water they drink, or soil they touch or swallow. Read More >

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Children’s Health Month – October 2019

ATSDR Protecting Children’s Health – Our Future Generation! Today, children may face illnesses linked to environmental exposures where they live, learn, and play. For example, children may be exposed to harmful chemicals in the air they breathe, the water they drink, or soil they touch or swallow. Read More >

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20 Years of Milestones in Children’s Environmental Health

Protecting Kids from Environmental Exposure

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Pediatric Environmental Health Specialty Units (PEHSU). PEHSU is a national network of clinical environmental health specialists that work with healthcare professionals, parents, schools, community groups, government officials, and policy makers to provide medical advice on exposure to hazardous substances in the environment affecting reproductive and child health Read More >

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Plain Language Past and Present, Part II

simplify

The Plain Writing Act, which requires government agencies to use plain writing in all documents, was passed in 2010—but the push to make writing clearer had been ongoing for decades. In this three-part blog series, Plain Language Past and Present, we highlight some of the interesting early efforts and events from the U.S. government website Read More >

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