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Virginia Department of Health

By: Department of Health and Human Services

MISSION STATEMENT: ELIMINATE LEAD AS A HEALTH HAZARD FOR VIRGINIA CHILDREN BY 2010. -- Eliminate: A statewide annual prevalence of less than or equal to 1% of children under the age of six with blood lead levels greater than or equal to 10 ug/dL. -- Health Hazard: Causative agent of lead poisoning to include primarily lead paint and lead paint dust, but also to include other vehicles as discovered. -- Children: Children are defined as those under the age of six years (72...

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Attachment D Occupational Internal Dose for Monitored Workers Tabl...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

These codes apply to information contained in the Radiological Exposure (REX) database and include both present and historical uses. Different codes were implemented at different times according to the needs at the time; the early dates have few if any codes.

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Department of Health and Human Services and Centers for Disease Co...

By: Dr. Sergio Bustos

During the opening session of the SRSHES meeting on March 13-14, 2003, the September 5-6, 2002 meeting minutes were unanimously approved with the changes as noted and submitted into the record. A status report was provided for all current action items. SRSHES members whose terms will expire on June 30, 2003 and are interested in continuing to serve should submit completed application packages to CDC by March 31, 2003. The history of the SRS is chronicled in a book that w...

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2Nd International Symposium on Work Ability : Assessment and Promo...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

The Universities of Milano (Department of Occupational Health “Clinica del Lavoro L. Devoto”) and Verona (Department of Medicine and Public Health), jointly with the ICOH Scientific Committee Ageing and Work and the IEA Technical Committee ”Ageing”, are going to organise the next Symposium on Work Ability of ageing workers.

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Benefits of a Smoke-Free Workplace

By: Department of Health and Human Services

more aware of these risks. According to Gallup surveys, Americans know about the risks posed by ETS and favor efforts to reduce exposure to it. In 1992, 97% of nonsmokers and 79% of current smokers agreed that exposure to ETS is harmful to healthy adults.3 The percentage of Americans who favor some type of restriction on workplace smoking increased from 81% in 1983 to 94% in 1992.

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Clinical Application of Genetic Risk Assessment Strategies for Cor...

By: Maren T. Scheuner

The accumulation of atherosclerotic plaque in an artery wall is a chronic disease that begins early in life .

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Injuries, Illnesses, And Hazardous Exposures in the Mining Industr...

By: Linda Rosenstock

FOREWORD: This publication represents the first comprehensive surveillance report on injuries and illnesses in the U.S. mining industry. The tracking of occupational injuries, illnesses, and hazards, documents the Nation’s progress in reducing the burden of work-related diseases and injuries and may help identify old and new problems that require additional research and prevention efforts. It is through surveillance data that we have been able to document that during the...

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Estimated Public Health Impacts of Criteria Pollutant Air Emission...

By: Jonathan Levy

BACKGROUND: To estimate the health impacts of emissions and benefits of emission reductions from power plants that had been “grandfathered” under the Clean Air Act, we developed a damage model and applied it to two power plants in Massachusetts. Salem Harbor is an 805 megawatt power plant in Salem, Massachusetts, and Brayton Point is a 1611 megawatt power plant in Somerset, Massachusetts. Both power plants are largely coal-fired, with approximately one million short tons...

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The Position Designations and Investigations Process

By: Rob Levine

Reference: HHS Instruction -- HHS Transmittal 98.1, Personnel Manual, Issued January 8, 1998 -- HHS Instruction 731-1 -- Policy, page 2, “Every department position, including those occupied by Commission Corps officers and those of contractors, must be designated with a sensitivity level.” -- Policy, page 3, “All employees and contractors must…be subject to personnel investigation requirements.”...

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Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates Per 100,000 Population by Origin...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Table 4. Tuberculosis Cases and Case Rates per 100,000 Population by Origin: United States, 1992-2001...

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Mac Osx : Connect to Core Sequencing Group on Mildred

By: Department of Health and Human Services

1. With the Finder active. (Click on desktop to activate Finder) From the Go menu at the top of screen, choose Connect to Server Note: Keyboard shortcut z + K 2. The Connect to Server window opens In the Address field near bottom of window, type in mildred Note: To skip step 2 in the future click the Add to Favorites button in lower left after you type mildred in the Address field. Step 1 changes to: From the Go menu, put your cursor over the Favorites (without heart ico...

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The National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences Coordinati...

By: William T. Schrader, Ph. D.

Recent advances in molecular genetics and genomics including the completion of the human genome project have changed the landscape of biological research and brought focus to the importance of human genetics in human biology.

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Important Milestones by the End of 5 Years (60 Months)

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Acts extremely fearful or timid -- Acts extremely aggressively -- Is unable to separate from parents without major protest -- Is easily distracted and unable to concentrate on any single activity for more than five minutes -- Shows little interest in playing with other children -- Refuses to respond to people in general, or responds only superficially -- Rarely uses fantasy or imitation in play -- Seems unhappy or sad much of the time -- Doesn’t engage in a variety of ac...

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Birth Rates for Married Women by Age of Mother, According to Race ...

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Table 1-19. Birth Rates for Married Women by Age of Mother, According to Race and Hispanic Origin: United States, 1950 and 1955 and each year 1960-2000...

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My Open Field Records

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Previous Next Priority Routine Medical Legal Prenatal Medical Legal Neonatal Other Routine Routine Other Other Referral Code P1 P2 P2 P1 A3 S2 A1 P2 P1 A1 Date Assigned 01/31/2003 01/31/2003 01/30/2003 01/24/2003 01/23/2003 01/23/2003 01/23/2003 01/12/2003 01/02/2003 01/02/2003 Mathers, Marshall Patient Name Elliot, Missy Kilpatrick- Willmington, Samantha Zorin, Max Hill, Benny Gretzky, Wayne Aiken, Clay Sanford, Fred Coltrain, Rosco P. Love, Courtney Cond. 710 200 300 7...

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Reported Tuberculosis in the United States, 2002

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Reports of tuberculosis (TB) cases are submitted to the Division of TB Elimination (DTBE), Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), by 60 reporting areas (the 50 states, the District of Columbia, New York City, Puerto Rico, and other jurisdictions in the Pacific and Caribbean). In January 1993, DTBE, in conjunction with state and local health departments, implemented an expanded TB surveillance system. The expanded system collects additional information for each...

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Priority Area 21 : Clinical Preventive Services

By: Department of Health and Human Services

Baseline 2000 Years of Healthy Life (years) Year Baseline 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 Target Total population 1990 64.0 63.9 63.7 63.5 63.8 63.9 64.2 65 Special Population Targets 21.1a Black 1990 56.0 56.0 55.6 55.2 55.6 56.0 56.5 60 21.1b Hispanic -- ua -- 1990 64.8 63.6 64.0 -- ub -- 63.2 64.2 64.0 64.7 65 21.1c People 65 years and over -- uc -- 1990 11.9 11.8 11.9 11.9 12. 12.0 12.2 14 -- ua -- Estimate based on preliminary data. Excludes mortality data from States...

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Organic and Inorganic Gases by 3800 Extractive Ftir Spectrometry

By: Grant M. Plummer

Reporting requirements include the analyte and interferant concentrations, the concentration uncertainties, the FTIR spectrometer configuration, the sampling locations and conditions, the source(s) of the reference spectra, the CTS spectral analysis results, the results of QA/QC procedures, and certificates of analysis for all standard gases. Any variations of the test procedures and original data quality objectives from those included in the test plan should also be doc...

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Usar Oculos de Protecao E Mascara

By: Department of Health and Human Services

USAR OCULOS DE PROTECAO E MASCARA...

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The Effects of Low Quartz Mass Loading and Spatial Variability on ...

By: Steven J. Page

Crystalline silica (quartz) dust has long been recognized as an occupational health hazard to the respiratory system,('-6) responsible for the insidious disease known as silicosis. In underground mining, this quartz dust is created from several sources, which generally include, but are not limited to, cutting, drilling, or milling of rock material. In coal mining, this rock material may be found as an inherent mineral matter constituent of the coal, although this is usua...

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