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On July 9, the New Mexico Health Department announced, “New Mexicans have a new Web site to learn how environmental contaminants might affect their health.” The site, www.cdc.gov/ephtracking
was six years in the making, with more yet to do.
This large data-handling project, its value and technical hurdles, were described in the Monitor in this essay of March 1, 2005.
Questions about health and blame intrigue us to no end: “Does pollution in my neighborhood hurt my family’s health? If so, who or what is to blame?”
Good people from all walks of life puzzle through the clues and find certain answers. Yet, the answers they believe in are miles apart.
How might we do better? A new approach for New Mexico is an effort called Environmental Public Health Tracking, or “EPHT” for short.
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