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PENNSYLVANIA
ENVIRONMENTAL public
HEALTH TRACKING PROGRAM

Pennsylvania Environmental Public Health Tracking works in partnership with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to track diseases that may be related to environmental exposures.
Service and Information
Who We Are: ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT US:                                            
          Who We Are And What We Do
          Communicate With Us
          Secure Data Access
          Our Staff

Environmental Topics: INFORMATION, METADATA AND DATA ON:
          Air Quality
          Drinking Water Quality

Health Topics: INFORMATION, METADATA AND DATA ON:
          Asthma
          Birth Defects
          Cancer
          Childhood Lead Poisoning 
          Heart Attack
          Heat-related Conditions
          Lyme Disease
          Reproductive Health Outcomes
Other Topics: DETAILED INFORMATION BY COUNTY, AGE, SEX AND RACE/ETHNICITY
          Births
          Deaths
          Infant Deaths
          Population
          Reported Pregnancies
Our Projects: PROJECTS THAT IMPACT OUR COMMUNITY
          Arsenic Project
          Health Assessment Project 
          Radon Project

 
Additional Information: MORE TOPICS AND INFORMATION
          PA County Health Profiles
          Fact Sheets
          Posters and Other Visual Aids
          Presentations
          Public Health Action Stories

Website Links: INFORMATION TO MAKE YOUR VISIT EASIER
         FAQs
         Glossary
         User Guide For Our Website
Disclaimers: This website is supported by Grant Number 5U38EH000952-05 from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Its contents are solely the responsibility of the Pa Environmental Public Health Tracking (PA EPHT) Program and do not necessarily represent the official views of CDC. Please note that the data on this website were provided by the Pa Department of Health, the Bureau of Informatics and Information Technology, the Department of Environmental Protection and the Pa Health Care Cost Containment Council. These agencies specifically disclaim responsibilities for any analyses, interpretations or conclusions.