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CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health : Hawaii
  • Published Date:
    4/21/14
  • Language:
    English
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    National Asthma Control Program -- Lead Poisoning Prevention Program -- Environmental Public Health Tracking Program -- Core Environmental Health Services Program -- Climate and Health Program -- National Biomonitoring Program -- Safe Water Program -- Built Environment and Health Initiative -- Asthma Prevention in California -- Lead Poisoning Prevention in California -- Tracking Preterm Births in California -- Supporting Environmental Health Services – Addressing Drinking Water Concerns in Migrant Farm Camps in the Sacramento Delta -- Looking at Climate and Health in California -- Biomonitoring in California -- Built Environment and Health Initiative in California.

    Your environment is everything around you—the air you breathe, the water you drink, the

    community around you, the places where your food is grown or prepared, your workplace, and

    your home. When your environment is safe and healthy, you are more likely to stay healthy. But when your environment exposes you to dangerous events or toxic substances, your health can be affected negatively.

    CDC is committed to saving lives and protecting people from environmental hazards by responding to

    natural and man-made disasters, supporting public health workers, educating communities, and providing scientific knowledge. We help maintain and improve the health of Americans by promoting a healthy environment and preventing premature death and avoidable illness caused by environmental and related factors. We also identify how people might be exposed to hazardous substances in the environment and assess exposures to determine if they are hazardous to human health. CDC invests in prevention to improve health and save money by reducing healthcare costs. We remain committed to maximizing the impact of every dollar entrusted to the agency.

    CS247509-F

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    hi_state_fact_sheet.pdf

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