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- Alliance for Healthy Homes: A non-profit public interest organization dedicated to protecting children from lead poisoning and other in-home hazards. Extensive information on lead safety, related hazards, and policies and other initiatives to address them.
- Association of Occupational and Environmental Clinics: Committed to improving the practice of occupational and environmental health through information sharing and collaborative research.
- British Society for Allergy Environmental Nutritional Medicine: A medical research `group` promoting the study of allergy, environmental, and nutritional medicine. Provides publications, conferences, practitioners and training information.
- CHN Health Centre: Environmental Health: Canadian Health Network information on environmental health. Includes frequently asked questions.
- California Environmental Health Investigations Branch: Investigates human exposures to and effects of harmful environmental factors. Fact sheets on several topics and reports on current and past projects and activities.
- Catoosa County Environmental Health Services: Uphold the guidelines set up by the Georgia Division of Public Health and the County Board of Health. Provides information on programs, events and resources.
- Center for Ecogenetics and Environmental Health: Specializes in research in gastrointestinal, renal, carcinogenesis, birth defects, neurological diseases, adverse drug reactions, carciovascular and bioinformatics. Includes mission statement, laboratory facilities, and publications [pdf].
- Center for Infectious Disease Research And Policy (CIDRAP): Provides advice, information, and analysis on the prevention, control, and treatment of infectious diseases and in public health preparedness in such areas as bioterrorism and food safety.
- EnviroHealthAction: Physicians for Social Responsibility education and action center providing information for health professionals and others interested in environmental health.
- Environmental Health Foundation of Canada: The education and research arm of the Canadian Institute of Public Health Inspectors. Provides information on mission, goals, history, projects and products.
- Environmental Health Policy Committee: Established to coordinate policy development for environmental health activities related to the mission of the U.S. Public Health Service (PHS) and its agencies.
- Greater Boston Physicians for Social Responsibility: Information to educate on the linkages between environmental exposures and health. Projects on threats to child development, reproductive health, toxic products and air pollution.
- Health Canada - Environmental Health: Information on assessing and managing the risks to health associated with the natural and technological environments. Publications including It's Your Health fact sheet series. Site in English and French.
- Health Care Without Harm: Collaborative campaign for environmentally responsible health care made up of more than 250 organizations. Work to transform the health care industry so it is no longer a source of environmental harm by eliminating pollution in health care. Also info on endocrine disruptors.
- Health-Track.org: Help American families and communities identify and track the links between environmental hazards and illnesses and to provide researchers health officials with the necessary tools to prevent disease. Provides news, reports, resources and contact information.
- Healthy Places Project: Project helps compare the health of people in a particular US state and county with other counties in the US. Provides information on environmental and population factors in the county which might influence health.
- IIER WHO Collaborating Centre: Instituto de Investigación de Enfermedades Raras (IIER) is located at the Instituto de Salud Carlos III, in Madrid (Spain). Objective is to build an information system on public health environmental problems that can serve to advise investigators involved in environmental exposures and diseases.
- International Society of Doctors for the Environment: ISDE is an environment and health non-governmental organization comprised of physicians and medical professionals.
- Local Motion: A non profit Michigan organization dedicated to raising awareness of toxins in the environment and their links to negative health consequences, such as cancer. Provides information on programs and activities.
- National Environmental Respiratory Center - NERC: A U.S. national research center supported by the EPA, NERC facilitates research to improve the scientific basis for understanding and managing the health risks related to air quality.
- Nova Scotia Allergy and Environmental Illness Association: NSAEHA provides information and programs to increase awareness of environmental health issues in the Nova Scotia, Canada area. Site has articles, tips and resources.
- Society of Medical and Social Ecology: Uruguay environmental health organization.
- Technology and Health Foundation: Canadian charity devoted to educational purposes in the field of environmental health. Provides information about projects and contacts.
- Toxic Links Coalition: Group of organizations and individuals concerned about the effects of environmental degradation on human health. History, campaigns and membership information.
- UNEP Chemicals: Center for all chemicals-related activities of the United Nations Environment Programme, aimed at helping governments take needed actions for the sound management of chemicals. Information about global monitoring and other activities and concerns.
- Volusia County Florida Health Department Environmental Health: Provides information about programs, services, fact sheets and FAQs.
- Washington State Department of Health Environmental Health Programs: Work with local governments and other agencies in the areas of safe drinking water, food and shell fish safety, radiation safety, wastewater management, pesticide exposures, vector borne diseases and general sanitation.
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