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Research Areas

Reports

OUtdoor Wood Furnaces - Dangers

12 Steps to Reducing
Fetal Exposures

Outdoor Wood Furnaces - Dangers

The Dangers to Health from Outdoor Wood Furnaces

LEED

Do LEED-Certified Green Buildings Protect Human Health?

Plastics

Plastics That May be Harmful to Children and Reproductive Health

Synthetic Turf

Synthetic Turf Exposures To Ground-Up Rubber Tires - Athletic Fields, Playgrounds, Gardening Mulch

Breast Cancer: What Science Knows, What Women Think

Breast Cancer: What Science Knows, What Women Think

The Harmful Effects of Vehicle Exhaust: A Case for Policy Change

The Harmful Effects of Vehicle Exhaust: A Case for Policy Change

State of Nutrition and Physical Activity In Our Schools

State of Nutrition and Physical Activity In Our Schools

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Legislation

Discussing Connecticut's Two-Year-Old Pesticide Ban
(December 2012)

The results of EHHI's legislative initiatives
(May 2012)

Public Act No. 09-103 An Act Concerning Banning Bisphenol-A in Children's Products and Food Products

Connecticut Fracking Waste-Free

EHHI is a member of
Connecticut Fracking Waste-Free
a coalition working to prevent fracking waste from entering CT

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Press Releases & Articles

Safe lawns for healthy communities: What the lawn-care preemption law means for cities and towns

Important Information Published To Help Pregnant Women Reduce Fetal Exposures

Environment and Human Health, Inc.’s research shows outdoor wood furnaces are dangerous to people’s health

Recent Artificial Turf Study Shows Carcinogens and Toxins in Synthetic Turf Fields

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