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Timestamp:
12/09/16 15:58:49 (6 years ago)
Author:
matt
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Matt M - web updates

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  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/about/html_content/AboutEPHT.xml

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    73                         <img ibis:src="image/tracking_map_2015.jpg" alt="2015 grantee map" width="45%" height="45%"/>
     73                        <img ibis:src="image/tracking_map_2015.jpg" alt="National Tracking Participating States and Fellowships" width="100%" height="100%"/>
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  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/about/html_content/Background.xml

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    2222                Commission report came out,  everyone- the press, the public, Congress- couldn't
    2323                believe that a Tracking  Program didn't already exist," says Shelly Hearne, Founding
    24                 Executive Director  for <a href="http://healthyamericans.org/">Trust for America's 
     24                Executive Director  for <a href="http://healthyamericans.org/" target="_">Trust for America's 
    2525                Health</a>. "While overt poisoning from  environmental toxins has long been
    2626                recognized, the environmental links to a  broad array of chronic diseases of uncertain
     
    3636                Tracking Network. CDC in turn asked scientists, managers, and policy specialists
    3737                from two dozen state health and environmental departments, medical societies,
    38                 nongovernmental organizations, universities, and federal agencies to serve on
    39                 workgroups addressing Tracking issues. Four workgroups were created to address the following topics:            organization issues, information and technology tracking methods, tracking system needs assessment and how to                   provide tracking data to health agencies, elected officials, and the public.   
     38                non-governmental organizations, universities, and federal agencies to serve on
     39                work groups addressing Tracking issues. Four work groups were created to address the following topics:          organization issues, information and technology tracking methods, tracking system needs assessment and how to                   provide tracking data to health agencies, elected officials, and the public.   
    4040                CDC then selected pilot programs
    4141                around the country to build tracking  capacity and demonstrate exactly what a tracking
     
    6464                <img ibis:src="image/national_epht_program_logo.jpg" style="width: 120px; display: block; float: right; margin: 0 0 15px 25px;"/>
    6565                In 2002, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) established
    66                 its <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/tracking/default.htm">National
     66                its <a href="http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/tracking/default.htm" target="_">National
    6767                Environmental Public Health Tracking Network</a> (Tracking Network).
    6868
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/about/html_content/QueryContentUsage.xml

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    2121<ol>
    2222<li>Select the dataset using the left navigation buttons.</li>
    23 <li>Select a measure. Click on one of the blue bars to see a list of measures. The most commonly used measures are listed under the "Quick Selection" bar. Use the "Advanced Selection" bar to find measures for Utah Small Areas, race/ethnicity, maps, etc. For datasets that also have injury measures click on the "Injury Selection" bar or choose "Injury" from the left navigation buttons.</li>
    24 <li>Build your query. After selecting a measure you will see a page with a series of numbered steps (blue bars). Click on a step bar to expand the step. Make selections to build your query.</li>
     23<li>Select a measure. Click on one of the grey bars to see a list of measures. The most commonly used measures are listed under the "Quick Selection" bar. Use the "Advanced Selection" bar to find measures for Utah Small Areas, race/ethnicity, maps, etc. For datasets that also have injury measures click on the "Injury Selection" bar or choose "Injury" from the left navigation buttons.</li>
     24<li>Build your query. After selecting a measure you will see a page with a series of numbered steps (grey bars). Click on a step bar to expand the step. Make selections to build your query.</li>
    2525<li>View and/or modify your results. From the results page you can select/change a chart, export to Excel, use the Query Definition button to modify your query selections, or start a new query. For more information about these features and step-by-step examples see the EPHT Query System Tutorials page.</li>
    2626</ol>
    2727<br/>
    2828<h2>Currently Available Datasets</h2>
    29 
    3029<ul>
    3130<li><a ibis:href="dataportal/PublicDatasetIndex.html">Data Query Index</a> - View all available dataset queries</li>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/about/html_content/SiteMap.xml

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    1919        <CONTENT>
    2020
    21                 <ibis:SelectionsList class="ExpandableSelectionsList" controlType="checkbox">
    22                         <TITLE>Utah EPHT Topical Site Map Tree</TITLE>
    23                         <DESCRIPTION>Application's page selection tree by topic</DESCRIPTION>
    24                         <SELECTIONS>
     21Overviews
     22<br/>
     23<ul>
     24<li><a ibis:href="about/Welcome.html">Utah EPHT Home Page</a></li>
     25<li><a ibis:href="about/AboutEPHT.html">What is Environmental Public Health Tracking?</a></li>
     26<li><a ibis:href="resources/DataPartners.html">Utah Tracking Partners </a></li>
     27</ul>
     28<br/>
     29Contact Information
     30<ul>
     31<li><a ibis:href="about/ContactInformation.html">Contact Us</a></li>
     32</ul>
     33<br/>
    2534
    26                                 <SELECTION>
    27                                         <TITLE>Overviews</TITLE>
    28                                         <SELECTIONS>
    29                                                 <TITLE></TITLE>
    30                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/Welcome.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>EPHT Home/Welcome</TITLE></SELECTION>
    31                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/News.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>EPHT News and Updates</TITLE></SELECTION>
    32                                         </SELECTIONS>
    33                                 </SELECTION>
     35Contents and Usage
     36<ul>
     37<li><a ibis:href="about/ContentUsage.html">Overall EPHT Website Contents and Usage</a></li>
     38<li><a ibis:href="about/IRContentUsage.html">Indicator Reports Contents and Usage</a></li>
     39<li><a ibis:href="about/QueryContentUsage.html">Query System Contents and Usage</a></li>
     40</ul>
     41<br/>
     42Indicator Reports
     43<ul>
     44<li><a ibis:href="dataportal/IndicatorProfileIndex.html">Alphabetical Indicator Report List</a></li>
     45<li><a ibis:href="about/IRContentUsage.html">Indicator Reports Contents and Usage</a></li>
     46</ul>
     47<br/>
     48Query System
     49<ul>
     50<li><a ibis:href="dataportal/PublicDatasetIndex.html">Data Query Index Page</a></li>
     51<li><a ibis:href="about/QueryContentUsage.html">Query System Contents and Usage</a></li>
     52<li><a ibis:href="resources/Tips.html">Tips for Data Query System Usage</a></li>
     53<li><a href="http://health.utah.gov/opha/IBIShelp/query/workbook.pdf" target="_blank">IBIS Query System Workbook (PDF)</a></li>
     54</ul>
     55<br/>
    3456
    35                                 <SELECTION>
    36                                         <TITLE>Content and Usage</TITLE>
    37                                         <SELECTIONS>
    38                                                 <TITLE></TITLE>
    39                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/ContentUsage.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Overall EPHT Website Contents and Usage</TITLE></SELECTION>
    40                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/IRContentUsage.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Indicator Reports Contents and Usage</TITLE></SELECTION>
    41                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/QueryContentUsage.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Query System Contents and Usage</TITLE></SELECTION>
    42                                         </SELECTIONS>
    43                                 </SELECTION>
     57Help
     58<ul>
     59<li><a ibis:href="resources/Help.html">Help Page</a></li>
     60<li><a ibis:href="about/FAQS.html">Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)</a></li>
    4461
    45                                 <SELECTION>
    46                                         <TITLE>Indicator Reports</TITLE>
    47                                         <SELECTIONS>
    48                                                 <TITLE></TITLE>
    49                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>dataportal/IndicatorProfileIndex.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Alphabetical List of Indicator Reports</TITLE></SELECTION>
    50                                                 <SELECTION><URL>http://epht.health.utah.gov/epht-view/indicator/index/Categorized.html</URL><TITLE>Categorized/Hierarchical Indicator Report Index</TITLE></SELECTION>
    51                                         </SELECTIONS>
    52                                 </SELECTION>
     62<li><a ibis:href="resources/GraphicPreference.html">Graphic Display Preference</a></li>
     63<li><a ibis:href="resources/SVGInstallInstructions.html">SVG Installation</a></li>
     64<li><a ibis:href="resources/CopyGraphs.html">Copying Graphs/Charts</a></li>
     65</ul>
     66<br/>
    5367
    54                                 <SELECTION>
    55                                         <TITLE>Custom Query Datasets</TITLE>
    56                                         <SELECTIONS>
    57                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/birth/BirthSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Birth Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    58                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/ucr/UCRSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Cancer Registry Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    59                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/map/MapSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Map Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    60                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/pop/PopSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Population Estimates Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
     68Data Topics
     69<ul>
     70<li><a ibis:href="topic/Health.html">Health Topics</a></li>
     71<li><a ibis:href="topic/Environment.html">Environmental Topics</a></li>
     72<li><a ibis:href="topic/HealthyHomes.html">Healthy Homes Topics</a></li>
     73<li><a ibis:href="topic/ClimateChange.html">Climate Effects on Health Topics</a></li>
     74<li><a ibis:href="community/snapshot/Builder.html">Community Snapshot Report tool</a></li>
     75</ul>
     76<br/>
    6177
    62                                                 <SELECTION>
    63                                                         <TITLE>Hospital and Emergency Department</TITLE>
    64                                                         <SELECTIONS>
    65                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/hddb/InjHDDBSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Hospital Injury Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    66                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/ed/InjEDSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Emergency Department Injury Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    67                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/hddb/HDDBSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Hospital Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    68                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/ed/EDSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Emergency Department Encounter Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    69                                                         </SELECTIONS>
    70                                                 </SELECTION>
    7178
    72                                                 <SELECTION>
    73                                                         <TITLE>Mortality</TITLE>
    74                                                         <SELECTIONS>
    75                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/mort/InjMortSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Injury Mortality Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    76                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/fetmort/FetMortSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Fetal Death Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    77                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/infmort/InfMortSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Infant Death Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    78                                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/selection/mort/MortSelection.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Mortality Datasets Selection Page</TITLE></SELECTION>
    79                                                         </SELECTIONS>
    80                                                 </SELECTION>
    81                                         </SELECTIONS>
    82                                 </SELECTION>
     79Secure Portal Data
     80<ul>
    8381
    84                                 <SELECTION>
    85                                         <TITLE>Recognition</TITLE>
    86                                         <SELECTIONS>
    87                                                 <TITLE></TITLE>
    88                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/Background.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Background and Acknowledgments</TITLE></SELECTION>
    89                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>resources/DataPartners.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Utah Tracking Partners</TITLE></SELECTION>
    90                                         </SELECTIONS>
    91                                 </SELECTION>
     82<li><a ibis:href="dataportal/SecureDatasetIntroduction.html">Introduction to EPHT Secure Portal Data</a></li>
     83<li><a ibis:href="dataportal/SecureDatasetRegistration.html">Register for Secure Portal Access</a></li>
     84<li><a ibis:href="user/Login.html">Login to Secure Portal</a></li>
     85</ul>
     86<br/>
    9287
    93                                 <SELECTION>
    94                                         <TITLE>Contact</TITLE>
    95                                         <SELECTIONS>
    96                                                 <TITLE></TITLE>
    97                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/ContactInformation.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Contact Information</TITLE></SELECTION>
    98                                         </SELECTIONS>
    99                                 </SELECTION>
    10088
    101                                 <SELECTION>
    102                                         <TITLE>Help</TITLE>
    103                                         <SELECTIONS>
    104                                                 <TITLE></TITLE>
    105                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>resources/Help.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>General Help Index</TITLE></SELECTION>
    106                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/Help.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Query System Help</TITLE></SELECTION>
    107                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/Tips.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Query System Tips</TITLE></SELECTION>
    108                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>query/Tutorials.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Query System Tutorials</TITLE></SELECTION>
    109                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/SVGInstallInstructions.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>SVG Installation</TITLE></SELECTION>
    110                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/CopyGraphs.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Copying Graphs/Charts</TITLE></SELECTION>
    111                                         </SELECTIONS>
    112                                 </SELECTION>
    11389
    114                                 <SELECTION>
    115                                         <TITLE>Other</TITLE>
    116                                         <SELECTIONS>
    117                                                 <TITLE></TITLE>
    118                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/AdoptIBIS.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Adopt the IBIS-PH System</TITLE></SELECTION>
    119                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>resources/Links.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Health-Related Links/Websites</TITLE></SELECTION>
    120                                                 <SELECTION><LOCAL_URL>about/WebCite.html</LOCAL_URL><TITLE>Utah EPHT Web Usage Citation</TITLE></SELECTION>
    121                                                 <SELECTION><URL>http://ibis.health.utah.gov/docs</URL><TITLE>System Documentation</TITLE></SELECTION>
    122                                         </SELECTIONS>
    123                                 </SELECTION>
    12490
    125                                 huh
    12691
    127                         </SELECTIONS>
    128                 </ibis:SelectionsList>
     92
     93Metadata
     94<ul>
     95<li><a ibis:href="dataportal/SecureDatasetIndex.html">Metadata Index</a></li>
     96</ul>
     97<br/>
     98
     99
     100
     101Resources
     102<ul>
     103<li><a ibis:href="resources/FactSheets.html">Booklets, health reports, fact sheets, and other documents</a></li>
     104<li><a ibis:href="resources/Links.html">Links to EPHT materials, research tools, and other resources</a></li>
     105</ul>
     106<br/>
     107
     108MyEPHT
     109<ul>
     110<li><a ibis:href="dataportal/MyEPHTIntroduction.html">Introduction to MyEPHT</a></li>
     111</ul>
     112<br/>
     113
     114Other
     115<ul>
     116<li><a ibis:href="about/AdoptIBIS.html">Adopt the IBIS-PH System</a></li>
     117<li><a ibis:href="about/WebCite.html">Utah EPHT Web Citation</a></li>
     118</ul>
     119<br/>
     120<br/><br/><br/>
     121
    129122
    130123<script>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/dataportal/html_content/IndicatorProfileIndex.xml

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    290290
    291291<SELECTION>
    292 <LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/EarQua.html</LOCAL_URL>
    293 <TITLE>Earthquakes</TITLE>
    294 </SELECTION>
    295 
    296 <SELECTION>
    297292<LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/EnvBurChiDis.Asth.html</LOCAL_URL>
    298293<TITLE>Environmental Attributable Fraction: Childhood Asthma due to Environmental Exposures</TITLE>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/dataportal/html_content/PublicDatasetIndex.xml

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    7474</ul>                   
    7575               
    76                
    77                
    78 
    7976</div> 
    8077</div>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/dataportal/html_content/SecureDatasetRegistration.xml

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    1313        </ibis:doc>
    1414
    15         <TITLE>EPHT Partner Registration</TITLE>
     15        <TITLE>Register for EPHT Secure Portal Access</TITLE>
    1616
    1717        <CONTENT>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/AirQuality.xml

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    235235
    236236<SELECTION>
     237<TITLE>Cache County</TITLE>
     238<LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/AirQuaOzo.PY_Cache.html</LOCAL_URL>
     239</SELECTION>
     240
     241<SELECTION>
    237242<TITLE>Carbon County</TITLE>
    238243<LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/AirQuaOzo.PY_Carbon.html</LOCAL_URL>
  • adopters/ut/trunk/src/main/webapps/ibisph-content/xml/epht/topic/html_content/Asbestos.xml

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    5555                        <TITLE>How to Reduce Risk</TITLE>
    5656                        <CONTENT>
    57                         If you think you may have asbestos in your home, leave the material alone.  You cannot tell whether a material contains asbestos simply by looking at it, unless it is labeled.  The material must be sampled and analyzed by a qualified professional in order to determine whether it is asbestos containing material.  Taking samples yourself is not recommended, because if it is done incorrectly, sampling can be more hazardous than leaving the material alone.  Before you remodel your house, find out whether asbestos materials are present. 
     57                        If you think you may have asbestos in your home, leave the material alone.  You cannot tell whether a material contains asbestos simply by looking at it, unless it is labelled.  The material must be sampled and analyzed by a qualified professional in order to determine whether it is asbestos containing material.  Taking samples yourself is not recommended, because if it is done incorrectly, sampling can be more hazardous than leaving the material alone.  Before you remodel your house, find out whether asbestos materials are present. 
    5858                        <br/><br/>
    5959                        Asbestos professionals are trained in handling asbestos materials.  They can conduct home inspections, take samples of suspected material, assess its condition, and advise about what corrections are needed and who is qualified to make these corrections.
     
    6666                        <h4>Resources</h4>
    6767                        <ul>
    68                         <li><a href="http://www.airquality.utah.gov/HAPs/ASBESTOS/rules/newrules.htm" target="_blank">New Asbestos Rules - Utah Division of Air Quality</a></li>
    69                         <li><a href="http://www.airquality.utah.gov/HAPs/ASBESTOS/" target="_blank">Asbestos information - Utah Division of Air Quality</a></li>
     68                        <li><a href="http://www.deq.utah.gov/ProgramsServices/programs/air/asbestos/" target="_blank">Asbestos Program - Utah Department of Environmental Quality</a></li>
     69                       
     70                        <li><a href="http://www.deq.utah.gov/ProgramsServices/programs/air/asbestos/regulations.htm" target="_blank">Asbestos Regulations and Policies: Summaries - Utah Department of Environmental Quality</a></li>
    7071                        <li><a href="http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/topics/asbestos/" target="_blank">Workplace Safety and Health: Asbestos - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention</a></li>
    7172                        <li><a href="http://www2.epa.gov/asbestos" target="_blank">Topics about Asbestos - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency</a></li>
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    3030                        <TITLE>Why Important</TITLE>
    3131                        <CONTENT>
    32 An increase in temperatures, more mild winters, and less precipitation can result in environmental conditions that negatively affect health. Such conditions can foster the growth and abundance of allergens, which affects respiratory health (especially for those who are already susceptible to irritants). People with exisiting heart conditions may be more susceptible to heat-related disease, such as heat stroke. Vector and foodborne diseases could increase with rising temperatures and longer warm seasons; such conditions create more hospitable habitats for vectors, like mosquitos and ticks. The climate can also have impacts on air quality, water quality, and food production and safety.
     32An increase in temperatures, more mild winters, and less precipitation can result in environmental conditions that negatively affect health. Such conditions can foster the growth and abundance of allergens, which affects respiratory health (especially for those who are already susceptible to irritants). People with exisiting heart conditions may be more susceptible to heat-related disease, such as heat stroke. Vector and food-borne diseases could increase with rising temperatures and longer warm seasons; such conditions create more hospitable habitats for vectors, like mosquitos and ticks. The climate can also have impacts on air quality, water quality, and food production and safety.
    3333
    3434                        </CONTENT>
     
    4545<span Class="Bold">Vector-Borne Disease</span>
    4646<br></br>
    47 A vector is any organism that carries disease and transfers that disease to another organism. Animals, and in particular, arthropods (such as mosquitos), are the usual vectors that cause vector-borne disease. Such diseases include dengue, Lyme disease, malaria and West Nile Virus. Warmer temperatures may have an effect on the proliferation of vector populations by decreasing the time for a vector to develop, resulting in larger vector populations. Greater vector populations have the potential to to infect more human hosts.
    48 <br/><br/>
    49 <span Class="Bold">Foodborne Illness</span>
    50 <br/>
    51 Foodborne illnesses are caused by consuming contaminated foods or beverages that contain a wide variety of bacteria, viruses, or parasites. Approximately 48 million Americans suffer from a foodborne illness every year, while 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die. Currently, the top five pathogens that cause foodborne illness are norovirus, Salmonella, Clostridium perfringens, Campylobacter, and Staphylococcus aureus. In terms of the climate, research suggests that rising temperatures may affect the frequency of infections from Salmonella and Campylobacter.
    52 <br/><br/>
    53 If you think you got sick from something you ate, report it using the Utah Department of Health <a href="https://health.utah.gov/phaccess/public/illness_report/" target="_blank" >I Got Sick Foodborne Illness Complaint System</a>
     47A vector is any organism that carries disease and transfers that disease to another organism. Animals, and in particular, arthropods (such as mosquitoes), are the usual vectors that cause vector-borne disease. Such diseases include dengue, Lyme disease, malaria and West Nile Virus. Warmer temperatures may have an effect on the proliferation of vector populations by decreasing the time for a vector to develop, resulting in larger vector populations. Greater vector populations have the potential to to infect more human hosts.
     48<br/><br/>
     49<span Class="Bold">Food-borne Illness</span>
     50<br/>
     51Food-borne illnesses are caused by consuming contaminated foods or beverages that contain a wide variety of bacteria, viruses, or parasites. Approximately 48 million Americans suffer from a food-borne illness every year, while 128,000 are hospitalized, and 3,000 die. Currently, the top five pathogens that cause food-borne illness are norovirus, Salmonella, Clostridium perfringens, Campylobacter, and Staphylococcus aureus. In terms of the climate, research suggests that rising temperatures may affect the frequency of infections from Salmonella and Campylobacter.
     52<br/><br/>
     53If you think you got sick from something you ate, report it using the Utah Department of Health <a href="https://health.utah.gov/phaccess/public/illness_report/" target="_blank" >I Got Sick Food-borne Illness Complaint System</a>
    5454<br></br><br></br>
    5555<span Class="Bold">Heat-Related Disease</span>
     
    8787                        <TITLE>FAQs and Resources</TITLE>
    8888                        <CONTENT>
    89                         <h4>Report Foodborne Illness</h4>
     89                        <h4>Report Food-borne Illness</h4>
    9090                        <ul>
    91                         <li><a href="https://health.utah.gov/phaccess/public/illness_report/" target="_blank" >I Got Sick: Report a Foodborne Illness - Utah Department of Health</a></li>
     91                        <li><a href="https://health.utah.gov/phaccess/public/illness_report/" target="_blank" >I Got Sick: Report a Food-borne Illness - Utah Department of Health</a></li>
    9292                        </ul>
    9393                        <br/>
     
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    141141<ibis:ExpandableContent titleLevel="3">
    142 <TITLE>Foodborne Illness</TITLE>
     142<TITLE>Food-borne Illness</TITLE>
    143143<CONTENT>
    144144<h3>Indicator Reports (includes contextual information)</h3>
     145<br/>
     146Safe Restaurant Food
     147        <ibis:SelectionsList>   
     148        <SELECTION>
     149        <TITLE>Ratio of Licensed Food Establishments to Restaurant Inspectors, by Year, Statewide</TITLE>
     150        <LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/SafResFoo.Year.html</LOCAL_URL>
     151        </SELECTION>
     152        <SELECTION>
     153        <TITLE>Ratio of Licensed Food Establishments to Restaurant Inspectors, by Local Health District</TITLE>
     154        <LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/SafResFoo.LHD.html</LOCAL_URL>
     155        </SELECTION>
     156        </ibis:SelectionsList>
     157        <br/>
     158        Salmonella
    145159        <ibis:SelectionsList>   
    146160        <SELECTION>
     
    153167        </SELECTION>
    154168        </ibis:SelectionsList>
     169        <br/>
     170        Campylobacter
     171        <ibis:SelectionsList>
     172        <SELECTION>
     173        <TITLE>Rate of Reported Campylobacter Infections, by Year, Statewide</TITLE>
     174        <LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/FooPoiCampy.Year.html</LOCAL_URL>
     175        </SELECTION>
     176       
     177        <SELECTION>
     178        <TITLE>Rate of Reported Campylobacter Infections, by Local Health District</TITLE>
     179        <LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/FooPoiCampy.LHD.html</LOCAL_URL>
     180        </SELECTION>
     181        </ibis:SelectionsList>
     182        <br/>
     183        Shiga Toxin-producing E. coli (STEC)
     184        <ibis:SelectionsList>
     185        <SELECTION>
     186        <TITLE>Rate of Reported, Confirmed, and Probable STEC Infections, by Year, Statewide</TITLE>
     187        <LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/FooPoiEcoli.Year.html</LOCAL_URL>
     188        </SELECTION>
     189       
     190        <SELECTION>
     191        <TITLE>Rate of Reported, Confirmed, and Probable STEC Infections, by Local Health District</TITLE>
     192        <LOCAL_URL>indicator/view/FooPoiEcoli.LHD.html</LOCAL_URL>
     193        </SELECTION>
     194        </ibis:SelectionsList>
     195        <br/>
     196       
    155197
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    2121        People drink and use water every day. The majority of Americans are provided with high quality drinking water. About 90% of people in the U.S. (262 million in 2006) get their water from a community water system versus a smaller water supply such as a household well. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency sets regulations for treating and monitoring drinking water delivered by community water systems. Currently, there are water quality standards and monitoring requirements for over 90 contaminants. Drinking water protection programs play a critical role in ensuring high quality drinking water and in protecting the public's health.
    2222        <br/><br/>
    23         To find data and information about your public water system, please visit the  Utah Division of Drinking Water <a href="https://waterlink.utah.gov/deqWater/" target="_blank" >Public Water System Online Reports tool</a>. These reports provide bacteria summaries, inventory reports, monitoring schedules, and more.
     23        To find data and information about your public water system, please visit the  Utah Division of Drinking Water <a href="https://waterlink.utah.gov/deqWater/" target="_blank">Public Water System Online Reports tool</a>. These reports provide bacteria summaries, inventory reports, monitoring schedules, and more.
    2424                        </CONTENT>
    2525                        <SHOW/>
     
    107107                <li><a href="https://www.epa.gov/ejscreen" target="_blank" >EJSCREEN Tool</a> - EJSCREEN is a mapping tool provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. It combines environmental and demographic information about environmental justice topics. Relevant to drinking water, EJSCREEN provides data on the count of National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) major direct water discharger facilities within 5 km.</li>
    108108<li><a href="https://www.epa.gov/enviroatlas" target="_blank" >EnviroAtlas home page</a> - EnviroAtlas is a tool provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. EnviroAtlas provides interactive resources for exploring the benefits people receive from nature, or "ecosystem goods and services." It uses seven broad categories to organize its information and data: clean air; clean and plentiful water; natural hazard mitigation; climate stabilization; recreation, culture, and aesthetics; food, fuel, and materials; and biodiversity conservation.</li>
    109 <li><a href="https://www.epa.gov/c-ferst">Community-Focused Exposure and Risk Screening Tool (C-FERST)</a> - C-FERST is a tool provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that helps communities learn about environmental issues and risks. Topics include air quality, air toxics assessment, air pollutant emissions inventory, water discharge sites, water quality inventory report, NPL (Superfund) sites, and more.
     109<li><a href="https://www.epa.gov/c-ferst" target="_blank">Community-Focused Exposure and Risk Screening Tool (C-FERST)</a> - C-FERST is a tool provided by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency that helps communities learn about environmental issues and risks. Topics include air quality, air toxics assessment, air pollutant emissions inventory, water discharge sites, water quality inventory report, NPL (Superfund) sites, and more.
    110110It also includes data on demographics, schools, and political boundaries.</li>
    111                
    112        
    113111                </ul>                           
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