Health | Environment | Research | Education


The World Health Organization estimates that about 25% of all health problems are directly linked to environmental factors. Yet there is a gap in the assessment, prevention, and treatment of these environmentally-linked illnesses. At REELII Health, we are committed to investigating these conditions through research and education, advocating for preventive strategies and reducing risks, and providing resource guides for the assessment of health effects related to common environmental toxicants.


We are exposed to a variety of pollutants on a daily basis, from the air we breathe to the food we ingest, and the lifestyles we live.  These common toxicants can have both short and long term effects on our health.  Unfortunately, the changes that are necessary to improve these conditions are lagging behind the science, leading to increasingly poor health consequences.

The key reasons why we exist: 1) there is a growing need for health care professionals who understand the connections to and the management of health issues related to the environment; 2) there is a lack of trained or knowledgeable practitioners in this field; 3) we provide detailed environmental health assessments; 4) we provide guidance in the prevention and management of these conditions.

Our Solution: 1) We recognize, understand, and integrate Environment and Health; 2) Provide expertise and consultations with employers and institutions to reduce harmful occupational and environmental exposures; 3) Provide educational workshops for health professionals; 4) Collaborate in research and research translation for toxicant-induced illnesses.

Who we serve, collaborate, and consult with: 1) Public Health Departments; 2) Medical Schools; 3) Researchers and Academic Institutions; 4) Occupational settings and Employers. While we do not provide individual medical advice, we do provide educational resources for individuals to learn about the health effects of common toxicants in the environment and how to reduce their exposures.