National Center for Environmental Health

CDC’s National Center for Environmental Health (NCEH) plans, directs, and coordinates a program to protect the American people from environmental hazards. We promote a healthy environment and prevent premature death,  avoidable illness and disability caused by non-infectious, non-occupational environmental and related factors. We are especially committed to safeguarding the health of vulnerable populations – such as children, the elderly, and people with disabilities – from certain environmental hazards.

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National Groundwater Awareness Week 2019

National Groundwater Awareness Week 2019

Explore CDC resources to reduce exposures from private wells.

Flood

Flood Safety Tips

Take these important steps to reduce the harm caused by flooding.

CO Detectors

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention

Remember to check the batteries in your carbon monoxide detector.

Check your hearing

Check Your Hearing

Protect your ears from loud noises, and get your hearing checked.

Winter Weather

Winter Weather

Stay safe and healthy by planning ahead for winter weather.

World Hearing Day: March 3rd
World Hearing Day: March 3rd. “Check your hearing.”
There is no cure for hearing loss! Damaged inner ear cells do not grow back. Protect your hearing by avoiding loud noise such as concerts and sporting events. Use earplugs or noise-cancelling earmuffs to protect your ears. If you already have hearing loss, take steps to keep it from getting worse. Get your hearing checked.

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Follow @CDCEnvironment on Twitter for info, tips, and news you can use about ways your environment and your health are connected!

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Page last reviewed: March 12, 2019