Environmental and Occupational Health Surveillance Program

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Kiddie Kollege Mercury Investigation

The New Jersey Department of Health' Environmental and Occupational Health Surveillance and Indoor Environment Programs, in coordination with the federal Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry/National Center for Environmental Health (ATSDR/NCEH), began investigating mercury exposures in children and staff who had attended the Kiddie Kollege Day Care Center on Delsea Drive, Franklinville, Gloucester County. This page contains materials provided to parents and staff during the course of that investigation, as well as links to reference materials and other resources. For further information, please contact us.

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NJDOH and ATSDR/NCEH Activities and Information

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Medical Resources

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Information about Mercury (from ATSDR/NCEH)

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References

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Public Health Resources

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Links

Environmental and Other Resource

Searchable Databases

  • ToxNet (National Library of Medicine, databases on toxicology, hazardous chemicals, environmental health and toxic releases)

  • MedLine Plus Library of Medicine and the National Institute of Health)

  • Environmental Health Perspectives (peer-reviewed research on the impact of the environment on human health)

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