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Your Environment. Your Health.

Links and Ideas for Earth Day, April 22, 2000

National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

News Release

Archive - New Contact Information

For more information about this archival news release, please contact Christine Flowers, Director, Office of Communications & Public Liaison at (919) 541-3665.
Friday, April 7, 2000, 12:00 p.m. EDT
Contact: Bill Grigg, NIEHS
(301) 402-3378

Story ideas:
See - Journal Publishes Experts' Call for Health Protection from Global Warming.

New Publications:
See: Family Guide--20 Easy Steps to Personal Environmental Health Now. For a rhyming teen version - see Read the Label Mabel.

Environmental health and science on the Web:

For authentic information on environmental health issues, your readers can reach the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (a part of the National Institutes of Health) and the National Toxicology Program (NTP).

The NIEHS also has a Kid's Site.

News features from the NIEHS' journal Environmental Health Perspectives.

Open House:
Tour of laboratories, with employees giving out dogwood seedlings - since plants help clean the air and provide shade from solar radiation - at 1 p.m., April 20, in Research Triangle Park, N.C. (For details, call Tom Hawkins, (919) 541-1402). Maps to the main campus are available on the web.

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