EHD's services utilize the combined expertise of environmental scientists and physicians to provide value-added, actionable data and data analytics to a client.
The ultimate goal is to help advance improvements in health and quality of life.
According to the U.S. Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR), an estimated 75% of housing in the U.S. harbors at least one environmental hazard. Exposure to some of these hazards at certain levels may lead to serious health consequences.
Environmental health hazards may cause or aggravate many common medical conditions such as asthma, allergies or some cancers. Environmental Health Diagnostics, LLC (EHD) services include the integration of environmental health data/analytics with medical information.
EHD's scalable paradigms currently concentrate on houses and other types of residences.
EHD is an independent, fact-focused company.
From the CDC's "Fourth National Report on Exposure to Environmental Chemicals," 2019