All three are good answers! Lots of environmental health scientists work outside, investigating the environment. Others spend most of their time in the laboratory, or work with computers. All environmental health scientists are helping to improve human health, every day.
It takes many different kinds of scientists to put together the whole picture of our environment and how it affects our health.
Are you curious? Do you like numbers? Do you like adventures? If so, maybe you should become a scientist! A good scientist is curious and asks lots of questions—
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