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National Environmental Public Health Tracking

Environmental Public Health Tracking is the ongoing collection, integration, analysis, interpretation, and dissemination of data from environmental hazard monitoring, and from human exposure and health effects surveillance. CDC provides funds to 26 state and local health departments to develop local tracking networks. These networks feed into the National Tracking Network. 
The National Environmental Public Health Tracking Network (Tracking Network) is a system of integrated health, exposure, and hazard information and data from a variety of national, state, and city sources. On the Tracking Network, you can view maps, tables, and charts with data about:

  • chemicals and other substances found in the environment
  • some chronic diseases and conditions
  • the area where you live

Pesticide Exposures Data

	Man spraying pesticides on crops

We are excited to announce the addition of pesticide exposures and pesticide-related illness data to the Tracking Network.

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Info By Location

	Info By Location - Data You Can Use

This new infographic-style tool allows you to enter your zip code or county name and view environmental health data and information specific to your county, such as data on demographics, asthma, air quality, and more.

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Tracking in Action

	Tracking In Action Success Stories Graphic

The "Tracking in Action" video series showcases the work Tracking Network states are doing to help advance public health.

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Health Impact Assessment

	Health Impacts Assessment

The new Health Impact Assessment section on the Tracking Network includes content and tools that illustrate how Tracking Network data can be used in HIAs. 

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