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Three locations were added to the Utah Mercury Fish Consumption Advisory list after elevated mercury found in fish tissue. http://bit.ly/2jAnB8N 
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According to the 2013 BRFSS, what was the % of respondents who reported their homes had been tested for radon in Utah? #triviatuesday
a. 33.6%
b. 63%
c. 18.2%
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Jan is Nat'l Radon Action mo! Learn the basics in 30 seconds https://youtu.be/NLbzTHahl94 and stay tuned for a fun event coming your way 1/25/16!
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Salt Lake County Recycling provides multiple locations to recycle your Christmas tree this year. Find a location near you: 
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What role does #biomonitoring play in public health? How is EPHTN involved? Read our article to find out: http://goo.gl/AYY0Ru 
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Wishing you all a happy, healthy holiday season!
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Only 18.2% of respondents tested their home for radon. Order a test kit today http://deq.utah.gov/ProgramsServices/programs/radiation/radon/#RadonActionMonth #TriviaTuesdayAnswer
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Think about making Clean Air Resolutions for 2017
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It's Public Health Thank You Day! Thanks public health pros for working to protect the health of all communities. 
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National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week is October 23-29. Get your home tested. Get your child tested. Get the facts! Learn why it’s important to prevent lead exposure: https://goo.gl/CS9Z2C
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DYK: SecondHandSmoke causes 41,000 deaths in the U.S. each year? Raise awareness for World Environmental Health Day http://bit.ly/2c7XEM3
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Utah Environmental Public Health Tracking Network
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The mission of tracking is to provide information that can be used to plan, apply, and evaluate actions to prevent and control environmentally related diseases.  Understanding how these and other environmental factors are linked to chronic disease is essential to disease prevention- and to protecting the health of our communities.
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801-538-6191
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801-538-6465