Our laboratory expects to get our first seafood samples from the Gulf next week. The goal is find out whether commercial seafood has been contaminated by the oil spill and if so, to determine whether the levels pose a health risk. Our team will specialize in testing for Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs). The FDA and NOAA will use our data to help make decisions about which areas in the Gulf are safe to re-open for commercial fishing again.
September Is Suicide Prevention Awareness MonthSeptember 21st, 2021
Protect Yourself: Arizona is Experiencing a Record High Season for West Nile VirusSeptember 21st, 2021
Hear Her: Learn the urgent maternal warning signs to help save women’s livesSeptember 20th, 2021
- No comments have been published yet.
(COVID-19) ADHS Affordable Care Act AHCCCS Arizona Arizona Department of Health Services Arizona Medical Marijuana Act Arizona Smoker's Helpline Arizona State Hospital ashline Behavioral health cancer cannabis CDC Centers for Disease Control Centers for Disease Control and Prevention childhood obesity chronic disease diabetes EMS flu food safety health health care heart disease HIV hospital infectious disease influenza Licensing Maricopa County marijuana medical marijuana mental health newborn screening nutrition obesity physical activity public health smoking substance abuse tobacco vaccine Valley Fever WIC