National trends data and key measures of progress in cancer prevention and risk factors including tobacco, physical activity, diet, sun, environment, genetic testing, sleep, and weight.
A repository of data from environmental health academic, industrial, and government laboratories to support study design and data integration for novel meta analysis.
An integrated, curated bibliographic database of global peer-reviewed research and gray literature on the science of climate impacts on human health.
Tools and resources curated by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to help environmental health scientists incorporate economic analyses into their research.
A monthly peer-reviewed journal that publishes research and news articles on the relationships between the environment and human health, including basic research, epidemiologic studies, longitudinal human studies, and more.
Explore data from CDC's National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network on environmental exposures, community characteristics, and health burden — factors important to understanding and addressing environmental justice issues.
The Environmental Justice Index (EJI) uses data from the U.S. Census Bureau, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration, and the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to rank the cumulative impacts of environmental injustice on health for every census tract. The EJI delivers a single environmental justice score for each community so that public health officials can identify and map areas at risk for the health impacts of environmental burden.
Visualize data and locate information critical to understanding minority health, health disparities, and their determinants. Data are collected from public health surveillance systems by using either their published reports or public use files.
Learn about proven, science-based methods to reduce people’s exposure to harmful pollutants in air, water, soil, food, and materials in homes and workplaces. Use these resources to develop programs and policies that are informed by evidence on what's effective, replicable, scalable, and sustainable.
Provides researchers access to high-quality, exposure-assessment services including, state of the art laboratory analysis of biological and environmental samples, statistical analysis, and expert consultation on exposure analysis, study design, and data analysis and interpretation. There is no cost to the investigator.
Access to scientific research, tools, databases, testing information, and resources that share information about potentially hazardous substances in our environment and the potential impact on public health.
A thorough list of databases, journals, studies, symposia, and software for environmental health-related research, curated by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS).
The DR2 Program provides training, funding, and a Resources Portal of tools to empower human health research in response to disasters and public health emergencies.
A catalog of recommended standard measures of phenotypes and environmental exposures for use in biomedical research. This includes common data elements for tobacco regulatory research, substance abuse and addiction, mental health research, sickle cell disease research, and social determinants of health.
Resources, reports, and activities on environmental health risks and safety risks to youth.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) portfolio of research in the field of environmental health sciences conducted by investigators in many disciplines from various organizations.
The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Superfund Research Program (SRP) funds university-based multidisciplinary research on human health and environmental issues related to hazardous substances. Access datasets, research briefs, trainings and other related materials.
A collection of searchable databases, guides, and resources on hazardous chemicals, toxic releases, and environmental health.