Primary Care

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Your Environment and Your Health

  • Woman’s Worry Prompts CDC/ATSDR Outreach on Testing Private Wells

    Posted on 11/21/2014 at 12:47 PM

    In the “Voices from the Field” blog series, NCEH and ATSDR staff tell us about their work in communities, states, tribal territories, and even other countries. Read about how ATSDR Region 9 employees Ben Gerhardstein and Jamie Rayman discovered a critical need for accurate information in an Arizona community and created educational materials that everyone […]

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  • NCEH’s Tobacco Laboratory helps FDA carry out the Family Smoking Prevention & Tobacco Control Act

    Posted on 11/19/2014 at 1:49 PM

    Tobacco products such as cigarettes, cigars, snuff, chew, and pipe tobacco abound with harmful chemicals. The smoke from tobacco products contains more than 7,000 chemical components, and at least 250 are known to harm people’s health. In 2009, the Family Smoking Prevention and Tobacco Control Act gave the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) the authority […]

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Our areas of expertise include:

  • cuts, sprains, and strains
  • minor traumas
  • cold and flu
  • headache
  • school and sports physicals
  • PPD and vaccine titer testing
  • infections
  • Vaccines (Including Flu, Pneumonia, Hepatitis)
  • STD testing
  • travel clinic (selected locations)
  • drug screening (selected locations)
  • occupational medicine (selected locations)

JAMA Current Issue

  • Highlights

    Posted on 11/19/2014 at 12:00 AM

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  • Population and Personalized Medicine in the Modern Era

    Posted on 11/19/2014 at 12:00 AM

    Classic health care research has centered on studying a group of individuals and then extrapolating the findings to the general population. In this context, evaluating the association between nonrandomized exposures and clinical outcomes can yield interesting, hypothesis-generating correlations, but assembling evidence to suggest a causal relationship has focused on testing the relationship between randomized exposures and clinical outcomes (Figure).

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