Internet Directory - Top : Science : Environment : Environmental Health : Toxic Substances

Top : Science : Environment : Environmental Health : Toxic Substances (60 web sites)
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Health: Alternative: Non_Toxic_Living
Health: Public_Health_and_Safety: Disease_Control_and_Prevention: Poisoning
Health: Public_Health_and_Safety: First_Aid: Poisoning
Science: Biology: Toxicology
Health: Conditions_and_Diseases: Food_and_Water_Borne: Toxins
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Index provides links to research about health disorders resulting from exposure to common chemicals and pesticides.

Human and Environmental Risk Assessment
The HERA project is a European voluntary initiative launched by the suppliers and manufacturers, AISE and CEFIC, of household cleaning products to provide a common risk assessment framework. Provides news, risk assessment results and resources.

International Programme on Chemical Safety INCHEM Database
Provides information on chemicals affecting the environment and human health from internationally peer-reviewed chemical safety-related publications and databases.

National Library of Medicine (NLM)
Information and index on toxicology, environmental health, HIV, and AIDS. Search toxicology and chemical information databases from Specialized Information Services (SIS).

PCBs: Farmed Salmon vs. Wild Salmon - Is Farmed Salmon safe to eat?
Discusses various reports on safety and guidelines by various health agencies.

The Vermiculite Institute
Organized by vermiculite mining companies, processors, and users to promote the many uses of vermiculite and to address concerns about the health and safety of using vermiculite.

Tox Town
Illustrated guide to commonly encountered toxic chemicals, environmental health risks, and the public's health, from the U.S. National Library of Medicine.[Requires Flash]