Find environmental information about your community: learn how bad the pollution is, where the toxic chemicals come from, what the health risks are, and what actions you can take.
The ATSDR ToxFAQsTM is a series of summaries about hazardous substances developed by the ATSDR Division of Toxicology. Information for this series is excerpted from the ATSDR Toxicological Profiles and Public Health Statements. Each fact sheet serves as a quick and easy to understand guide.
HazDat Database ATSDR's Hazardous Substance Release and Health Effects Database.
Environmental Research Foundation. News and resources for environmental justice. Providing understandable scientific information about human health and the environment.
The Tulane/Xavier Center for Bioenvironmental Research (CBR) represents a solidly established and well-developed collaboration between a major research university and one of the nation's leading historically black universities. Our mission is to prevent disease and enhance health in humans through partnerships in research and learning, providing solutions to environmental problems of ...
This site is the companion to the PBS documentary Trade Secrets: A Bill Moyers report which explores a secret archive of the chemical industry that document efforts of chemical companies to thwart the public's right to know about the health implications of synthetic chemicals like vinyl chloride and benzene.
Effects of Chemicals on Health. Large amounts of research on how modern chemicals are damaging human health. Toxicology categories include cancer, immune system damage, neurological damage, and harm to our children.
Environmental Diseases from A to Z - The AIR, the WATER, the SUN, the DUST, PLANTS and ANIMALS, and the CHEMICALS and METALS of our WORLD. They support life. They make it beautiful and fun. But, as wonderful as they are They can also make some people sick. Here are some diseases that are related to your ENVIRONMENT. From A to Z And some ideas for preventing or caring for them.
The Center for Occupational & Environmental Medicine specializes in treating patients with environmentally triggered health problems, as well as chemical injuries. A comprehensive program is developed for the management of these environmentally triggered diseases, including common airborne sensitivities to pollens, dust, molds, and animal danders -- as well as occupational and non-occupational environmental injuries and diseases.
Fiberglass information network; health affects of respirable, durable mineral fibers ...
Security & Privacy Statement Quantitative Evaluation of Contamination Consequences (QECC) The goal of the Quantitative Evaluation of Contamination Consequences (QECC) project is to quantitatively relate workplace surface and airborne contamination levels, both radioactive and chemical, to intakes and doses. QECC is supported by the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE). QECC is part of the ...
Health & Environment Resource Center. Consumer information on chemicals and health. Learn how everyday chemicals impact your family s health.
Welcome from The Winthrop AIR Environment-Health Committee An Independent, Grass Roots Committee Serving the Town of Winthrop, Massachusetts, USA.
Collection of information and resources on indoor air quality.
SEI is an independent, international research institute specializing in sustainable development and environment issues. It works at local, national, regional and global policy levels. The SEI research programmes aim to clarify the requirements, strategies and policies for a transition to sustainability. SEI's mission is to support decision-making and induce change towards sustainable ...
August 17, 2000 Global Warming Could Worsen Allergies, Study Finds By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Related Articles The Natural World: Global Warming Health: Conditions Center Forum Join a Discussion on The Environment ASHINGTON -- Allergy sufferers, beware: Global warming could bring more hay fever, according to government research that shows ragweed produces significantly more pollen as carbon dioxide ...