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EPA: Reduces threats to health by limiting hazardous materials introduced into the air, water and soil by domestic and industrial activity.
USDA: In coordination with FDA, oversees the food supply and supports public health through the Women, Infants and Children Nutrition Program of prescribed food and nutrition education for at-risk individuals.
DOL: Enforces occupational health and safety laws.
DVA: Manages a significant network of hospitals and clinics to serve veterans of military service. Care for service-connected problems is provided at no cost to veterans.
DOT: Highway traffic safety is under DOT oversight, and has made a tremendous contribution to public health.