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Environmental Health Perspectives

Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP) is a monthly journal of peer-reviewed research and news on the impact of the environment on human health. EHP is published by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences and its content is free online.



Source type
0091-6765; 1078-0475
First volume
Last volume
Publish city
Research Triangle Park, NC
Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP), the peer-reviewed journal of the United States' National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, is an important vehicle for the dissemination of environmental health information and research findings. EHP's mission is to serve as a forum for the discussion of the interrelationships between the environment and human health by publishing in a balanced and objective manner the best peer-reviewed research and most current and credible news of the field.With an impact factor of 5.34, EHP ranks first among 132 environmental sciences journals and first among 90 public, environmental, and occupational health journals. EHP is read in over 190 countries.

Electronic submission and review are the norm for the more than 1200 manuscripts received each year. With a rejection rate of 80% only the best articles are published. These articles are published within 24 hours of acceptance on ehponline as EHP-in-Press articles and are completely citable using the CrossRef DOI system.

EHP has an international outreach program that includes complimentary subscriptions to developing countries and a Chinese-language edition published quarterly and distributed to 35,000 readers. In our continued commitment to the international community, the "In This Issue" section is published on EHP's website in five languages - Chinese, French, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish.

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