Men

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Get information about men's health, and learn about resources and programs to help men live safe and healthy lives.

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This year, one in six Americans will get sick from foodborne illness. Find out what you can do to keep yourself and your family safe.

Increasing physical activity and access to healthy diet choices are important in reducing the impact of chronic disease.

Investigators both in the U.S. and abroad have shown relationships between short- and long-term exposure to air pollution and the increased risk of heart attack and other forms of heart disease.

Public Health Statistics conducts surveillance of the burden of tobacco use among Vermonters and creates data reports to assist the Vermont Tobacco Control Program in making data-driven decisions for tobacco prevention and control.

Exposure to hazards in the physical environment—secondhand smoke, lead, mercury, air pollution, pesticides, and other toxins—may increase the likelihood of poor reproductive health outcomes.

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