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NIDDK

Symptoms & Causes of Biliary Atresia

toxins  patients  bile  genes  Liver Disease  health professionals  jaundice  viral infection  Biliary atresia  bilirubin  harmful chemicals  immune system problems 

Overview of the signs of biliary atresia, such as yellowing of the skin and whites of the eyes, called jaundice. Experts don’t know what causes biliary atresia.

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CDC

CDC Emergency Operations Center

health  toxins  emergency  response  preparedness  prepared  threats  bioterrorism  disasters 

Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response

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CDC

Infographic: The Power of Preparedness | Partnerships | PHPR

health  toxins  emergency  response  preparedness  prepared  threats  bioterrorism  disasters 

Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response.

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CDC

Top 10 Ebola Response Planning Tips: Ebola Readiness Self-Assessment for State and Local Public Health Officials

health  toxins  emergency  response  preparedness  prepared  threats  bioterrorism  disasters  bola response planning tips 

Top 10 Ebola Response Planning Tips: Ebola Readiness Self-Assessment for State and Local Public Health Officials - CDC

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CDC

Anthrax - NIOSH Workplace Safety and Health Topic

toxins  surveillance  occupational  NIOSH  Anthrax  Workplace Safety & Health  Occupational Safety & Health  National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health  carcinogens 

Anthrax is an acute infectious disease caused by the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus anthracis (B. anthracis). B. anthracis spores are highly infective and can cause inhalation, cutaneous, or gastrointestinal anthrax. Inhalation anthrax results from breathing in spores and is of great concern due to its high fatality rate.

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CDC

Medical Toxicology Training - Health Studies Program: Chemical Exposures

toxins  outbreaks  epidemiology  adverse health effects  exposed to chemicals  environmental toxicology  risk for human exposure  environmental chemicals  minimize exposure  medical toxicology  environmental public health research  National Chemical Surveillance Program  Emory/CDC Medical Toxicology Fellowship  Poison Center and Public Health Collaborations Community of Practice  environmental epidemiologists  harmful environmental exposures  health risks 

Each day, people everywhere are exposed to chemicals - in their food, in the water they drink, and in the air they breathe. Some exposures are the result of accidents, disasters, or intentional attempts to cause harm. The environmental toxicology and epidemiology staff of the Health Studies Branch of CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) specializes in studying, investigating and assessing the extent of and risk for human exposure to environmental chemicals and toxins, and determining the risk of adverse health effects from these exposures.

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CDC

Current Research Interests - Understanding Chemical Exposures

toxins  outbreaks  epidemiology  adverse health effects  exposed to chemicals  environmental toxicology  risk for human exposure  environmental chemicals  minimize exposure  medical toxicology  environmental public health research  National Chemical Surveillance Program  Emory/CDC Medical Toxicology Fellowship  Poison Center and Public Health Collaborations Community of Practice  environmental epidemiologists  harmful environmental exposures  health risks 

Each day, people everywhere are exposed to chemicals - in their food, in the water they drink, and in the air they breathe. Some exposures are the result of accidents, disasters, or intentional attempts to cause harm. The environmental toxicology and epidemiology staff of the Health Studies Branch of CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) specializes in studying, investigating and assessing the extent of and risk for human exposure to environmental chemicals and toxins, and determining the risk of adverse health effects from these exposures.

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CDC

Training - Understanding Chemical Exposures

toxins  outbreaks  epidemiology  adverse health effects  exposed to chemicals  environmental toxicology  risk for human exposure  environmental chemicals  minimize exposure  medical toxicology  environmental public health research  National Chemical Surveillance Program  Emory/CDC Medical Toxicology Fellowship  Poison Center and Public Health Collaborations Community of Practice  environmental epidemiologists  harmful environmental exposures  health risks 

Each day, people everywhere are exposed to chemicals - in their food, in the water they drink, and in the air they breathe. Some exposures are the result of accidents, disasters, or intentional attempts to cause harm. The environmental toxicology and epidemiology staff of the Health Studies Branch of CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) specializes in studying, investigating and assessing the extent of and risk for human exposure to environmental chemicals and toxins, and determining the risk of adverse health effects from these exposures.

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CDC

Drinking Water Week 2010: "Only Tap Water Delivers"

toxins  contaminants  contamination  water  infrastructure  EPA  Drinking Water  CDC Features  chlorine  typhoid  cholera  Water Treatment  fluoridation  community water  disinfection  tap water  chlorination  Clean Water Act  climate change  consumer confidence report (CCR) 

Water is the foundation for life. Learn more about the tap water you use every day and why investing in our public water systems is essential to the future of safe drinking water.

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