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Because environmental health professionals regularly deal with factors such as restaurants, septic systems, air quality, recreation areas, water quality, and housing, we are familiar with the many ways in which the built environment affects a person's health. Check out resources and successful practices collected by NEHA, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Association of City and County Health Officials, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, and others (Table 2).
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