Environmental Health and Non Communicable Diseases

Non communicable diseases refer to a group of conditions that are not mainly caused by an acute infection, but result in long-term health consequences and often create a need for long-term treatment and care. These conditions include cancers, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and chronic lung illnesses. Some non-communicable diseases are cancer, obesity, hypertension, injuries, mental illness and respiratory diseases. Environmental health mainly discusses about the ecological perspectives.

More poverty, lack of investment in modern technology and weak environmental legislation combine to cause high pollution levels. Associations between environmental pollution and health outcome are however complex and often poorly characterized. Exposures may occur via a range of pathways and exposure processes.

  • Environmental Health and Public Health
  • Environmental Health and Public Health Surveillance
  • Environmental Health and Cardiovascular Diseases
  • Environmental Health and Cancers
  • Environmental Health and Hypertension
  • Environmental Health and Obesity
  • Environmental Health and Respiratory Diseases
  • Environmental Health and Mental Health
  • Environmental Health and Injuries
  • Environmental Health and Comorbidities
  • Environmental Health and Reproductive Health

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