Environmental health addresses the biological, chemical and physical conditions that can affect our health. Living in a healthy environment means that we do not have to worry about toxins in our air and water, in our homes, or in the products we use. It also means that our ecosystem is healthy, our natural resources are protected, and plants and wildlife can sustain themselves. Ensuring we have a healthy environment is both an individual responsibility we all share, and a larger concern that affects us and others globally. 

Explore the links below to learn more about Environmental Health. Visit the Nature and Food section for more information about ecosystem health and food-related issues. 

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