ATSDR - Office of Children's Health



ATSDR - Office of Children's Health Related

U.S. EPA - Office of Children's Health Protection (OCHP):: Environmental Protection Agency site on children's environment and health. Publications, references and resources.

Children's Environmental Health Information Resources for Public Health Professionals:: National Network of Libraries of Medicine project to provide public health professionals with access to information resources.

Children's Environmental Health:: Minnesota Department of Health information to protect the health of children as it relates to environmental hazards.

Children's Environmental Health Network:: The CEHN is a national multidisciplinary project whose purpose is to protect the health of children as it relates to environmental hazards.

Institute for Children's Environmental Health:: The primary mission of ICEH is to mitigate environmental exposures that can undermine the health and well-being of children and to detoxify environments wherever children spend time.

Aquatic Health Resources Aquaculture Fish Health Products:: Disease management for the fish farming industry. Products, services, and contacts.

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.

Public Health Agency of Canada: Environment and Health:: Provides information on environmental health. Includes resources for professionals, educators and the public and frequently asked questions on pesticides.

Beekeeping and Children:: Information about bees and beekeeping: activities, safety, harvesting honey, and recipes. Presented by a 4-H club in California.

Beekeeping and Children:: Beekeeping and Children : Children can now start beekeeping in 4-H officially at age 5. The most important thing to remember is safety. Be sure the children are properly suited up anytime they are working directly with bees. Also caution children to handle dead bees carefully. It sounds strange but a dead bee can "sting." This actually happened to one of our young beekeepers much to his surprise. It is best to have liquid antihistamines at hand j

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Toxicological & Environmental Associates, Inc.
Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation (HWCF)
Children's Environmental Health
Children's Environmental Health Information Resources for Public Health Professionals
Children's Environmental Health Network