Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology

Environmental epidemiology deals with the invention of the environmental exposures that defend against illness, injuries, disabilities, developmental situations, deaths and identification of public health and fitness care movements to control the risks associated with dangerous exposures. Environmental epidemiology studies external factors that have an effect on the prevalence and geographic range of health conditions. Occupational epidemiology is one of the sub-disciplines of epidemiology that focus on investigations on workers and the workplace. Occupational epidemiologic studies examine a variety of health outcomes among workers and their potential association with a variety of conditions in the workplace or work organization.

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