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CDC's Division of Environmental Health Science and Practice
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    CDC’s Division of Environmental Health Science and Practice (DEHSP) works to protect the health and quality of life of all people in the United States. We look at how the environment affects our health through environmental epidemiology, collect and share environmental health data, and provide support to state and local environmental health practitioners. We also plan for and respond to natural, chemical, and radiation disasters. DEHSP’s mission is supported by surveillance, epidemiology, technical assistance, training, and emergency response activities conducted by our branches: • Water, Food, and Environmental Health Services Branch • Asthma and Community Health Branch • Lead Poisoning Prevention and Environmental Health Tracking Branch • Emergency Management, Radiation, and Chemical Branch Publication date from document properties. DEHSP-division-factsheet-H.pdf
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