A selective list of resources
|PubChem, by the National Library of Medicine, is a free, extensive database for chemical information including information on safety and toxicity.
|Consumer Products Information Database (CPID), contains information on the effects household and commercial products can have on consumer health.
|National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences: the primary National Institutes of Health organization for environmental health research
|Radiation Event Medical Management: Guidance for health care providers during mass casualty (rad/nuc) radiological/nuclear events. Produced by the HHS, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response, Office of Planning and Emerg. Op., in cooperation with the National Library of Medicine, Div. of Specialized Information Services, & experts from the NCI, the CDC, and many US and international consultants
|National Environmental Health Association is a professional organization for environmental health and protection aiming to provide a healthy environment for all.
|California Environmental Protection Agency
|Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: National Center for Environmental Health and National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases
|Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry.
|A compilation of databases and online resources put together by the National Library of Medicine covering subjects including, but not limited to toxicology and environmental health.