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Environmental Health
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Limiting the Sale of Raw Gulf Oysters in California

Gulf Oyster Regulations Summarypdf icon

New Vibrio vulnificus Requirements (English)pdf icon
Requerimientos Nuevos Sobre Vibrio vulnificus (Spanish)pdf icon

Notice to Seafood Dealers on the Sale of Raw Gulf Oysters in Californiapdf icon

Raw Oyster Regulationspdf icon

Lead May Be Found in Certain Snacks and Candies - Fact Sheet in English pdf icon and Spanish pdf icon

Some Home Remediespdf iconmay contain lead (Information in English and Spanish)

Lead in Pottery (English)pdf icon
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Other Health Advisories

Mercury Poisoning Linked to Certain Face Creams: Fact Sheet in English pdf icon and Spanish pdf icon

What You Need to Know about Seafood Mislabeling:
Fact Sheet for Consumers pdf icon and Restaurants & Markets pdf icon

Warning Against Unapproved Dairy Products: Fact Sheet in English pdf icon and Spanish pdf icon

Dry-Drowning: A Hidden Danger - June 5, 2008

Pest Control Bulletins and Vector Information

Posting Requirements for Retail Food Establishments

Recommendations for Reducing Exposure to Rodent-borne Diseasespdf icon

Retail Ice Storage and Dispensing

Tuberculosis Health Advisory

Important Information Regarding New FDA Regulations - Partially Hydrogenated Oils pdf icon

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Director of Environmental Health
Liza Frias
Public Health has made reasonable efforts to provide accurate translation. However, no computerized translation is perfect and is not intended to replace traditional translation methods. If questions arise concerning the accuracy of the information, please refer to the English edition of the website, which is the official version.
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