Environmental Health and Diseases Transmission

Environment can affect disease transmission in a variety of ways. The distribution and population size of disease vectors can be heavily affected by local climate. Flooding after heavy rains can result in sewage overflow and widespread water contamination in thus conditions diseases may transmit from one place to other through microorganisms.

There is some evidence to suggest that pathogens can be spread from one region to another along air streams or by wind. Some infectious agents can travel long distances and remain suspended in the air for an extended period of time.

  • Environmental Health and Air Born Diseases
  • Environmental Health and Food Born Diseases
  • Environmental Health and Water Born Diseases
  • Environmental Health and Zoonosis
  • Environmental Health and Vector Transmitted Diseases
  • Environmental Health and Emerging Diseases

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