Environmental Epidemiology 

Environmental epidemiology is the branch of public health that deals with environmental conditions and hazards that may pose a risk to human health. Environmental epidemiology identifies and quantifies exposures to environmental contaminants; conducts risk assessments and risk communication; provides surveillance for adverse health effects; and provides health-based guidance on levels of exposure to such contaminants.

Other Resources and Information

Mercury and Fish in Arkansas Program

Fish Consumption Notice - Mercury in Fish
Mercury and Fish in Arkansas
Mercury in Fish Advisory Removed for Lake Monticello (Drew County)


Fact Sheet
Guidance for Mold Cleanup

Ozone Information