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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
A government agency headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, which is responsible for the control and suppression of infectious diseases. It offers a national information database on infectious disease and national support to the health care community by providing research and control measures in response to imminent health threats, such as epidemics.

Environmental Protection Agency

Pollutants come from many different sources and enter the air, water and land in a variety of ways. EPA's role is to protect plants, animals, humans, wildlife, aquatic life, and the environment from the negative effects pollutants and toxic substances can have on their health. Under a broad range of federal statutes, EPA gathers health/safety and exposure data, requires the necessary testing, and controls human and environmental exposures for numerous chemical substances and mixtures. Under these laws, EPA regulates the production and distribution of commercial and industrial chemicals in order to ensure that chemicals made available for sale and use in the United States do not harm human health or the environment. Along with the regulation of these substances, the Agency has created databases and documents that further the knowledge of the American people about the effects and prevalence of such substances.

Environmental Working Group

The Environmental Working Group team of scientists, engineers, policy experts, lawyers and computer programmers pores over government data, legal documents, scientific studies and theown laboratory tests to expose threats to your health and the environment, and to find solutions.
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