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Environmental Health Sciences   Tags: best_bet, environmental_health_sciences, health_sciences, nutrition science, occupational health, public_health, public_health_general, thl, toxicology  

Provides resources, strategies, and information on conducting research in Environmental Health Sciences.
Last Updated: May 20, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Welcome to the research guide for Environmental Health Sciences, which provides detailed lists of information sources to help answer your research questions.

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Featured Resource

A Framework for Assessing Effects of the Food System

The U.S. food supply chain is deeply interconnected with human & environmental health, as well as social & economic systems. To decide which benefits outweigh  risks, decision makers must carefully consider a broad range of effects and interactions across the health, environmental, social, and economic domains. The Institute of Medicine & the National Research Council convened an expert committee to develop a framework to assist in food and agriculture decision making. This is the report that presents guiding principles & practical steps to help stakeholders weigh tradeoffs & choose policies that integrate benefits & risks across various domains.

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