Minnesota Biomonitoring Projects - Minnesota Department of Health

Minnesota Biomonitoring Projects

Healthy Kids Minnesota

Thanks to a five-year federal grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the MN Biomonitoring Program can now get a better picture of children's exposure to chemicals across the state. Read more in the news release.

Healthy Rural and Urban Kids

By testing rural and urban preschoolers, the MN Biomonitoring Program will learn if Minnesota needs to take more steps to protect kids from exposure so they are ready to learn and do well in school. Results from the samples (collected in 2018) will be released in 2020.

Minnesota Family Environmental Exposure Tracking (MN FEET)

The MN FEET biomonitoring study collected urine and cord blood samples from moms and their babies to protect families and communities from harmful exposure to mercury, lead, and cadmium.

Perfluorocarbons (PFAS)

Since 2008, the biomonitoring program at MDH has conducted three projects testing blood levels of PFAS in the East Metro area of the Twin Cities, as directed by the Minnesota Legislature.

Pilot Projects

Learn more about biomonitoring pilot projects conducted by the biomonitoring program at MDH.

 

Related Links

About Biomonitoring

Biomonitoring Reports

Minnesota Environmental Public Health Tracking


Updated Monday, 09-Mar-2020 11:17:16 CDT