Cold-Related Illness Data Available

Cold-Related Illness Data Available

Looking for data about hypothermia, frost-bite, and other cold-related illnesses? View emergency department and hospitalization data through 2018. Plus, view daily emergency department visits in near real-time.

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Child getting a blood lead test by doctor

Now Available: 2021 Lead Poisoning Data

Turn information into action with new lead poisoning and screening data, now through 2021. Plus, explore updated risk-factor data about poverty and pre-1950 housing.

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What’s in your water?

Find out about arsenic, uranium, and fluoride in the private well water in your town and the state. Plus, explore data about homes with private wells and well testing rates.

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