Environmental Toxicology

\r\n Environmental toxicology deals with the adverse effects of environmental toxicants on health and the environment. Environmental toxicants are agents released into the overall environment that can cause adverse effects on health. The word “health” here refers to not only social health but also the health of animals and plants. The study of environmental toxicology stems from the recognition that Human survival depends upon the well-being of other species and upon the availability of clean air, water and food and Anthropogenic chemicals as well as naturally occurring chemicals can have detrimental effects on existing organisms and ecological processes. Environmental toxicology is thus concerned with how environmental toxicants, through their contact with humans, animals, and plants, influence the health and welfare of these organisms.

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  • Ecotoxicology
  • Human Genotoxicology
  • Environmental Health and Safety
  • Economic Toxicology
  • Medical Toxicology
  • Food Toxicology
  • Health Economics and Public Policies

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