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06. 06. 2018. 10:41

Environmental Health

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Environmental health addresses all physical, chemical and biological factors to a person, and all related factors affecting behaviors. It encompasses the assessment and control of those environmental factors that can potentially affect health. It is targeted towards preventing disease and creating health-supportive environments. This definition excludes the behavior associated with the environment, as well as the behavior associated with social and cultural environment, and genetics. Environmental health and protection refers to protection against environmental factors that may adversely affect human health or the environmental balance that is essential for long-term human health and environmental quality, whether in natural or man-made environment. Environmental Health is a field of science that studies how the environment influences human health and disease. "Environment," in this context, means things in the natural environment such as air, water and soil, as well as all the physical, chemical, biological and social features of our surroundings. The man-made, or "built" environment includes physical structures where people live and work, such as homes, offices, schools, farms and factories, as well as community systems such as roads and transport systems, land use practices and waste management. Consequences of human alteration to the natural environment, such as air pollution, are also parts of the man-made environment. chemical, biological and social features of our surroundings. The man-made, or "built" environment includes physical structures where people live and work, such as homes, offices, schools, farms and factories, as well as community systems such as roads and transport systems, land use practices and waste management. Consequences of human alteration to the natural environment, such as air pollution, are also parts of the man-made environment. chemical, biological and social features of our surroundings. The man-made, or "built" environment includes physical structures where people live and work, such as homes, offices, schools, farms and factories, as well as community systems such as roads and transport systems, land use practices and waste management. Consequences of human alteration to the natural environment, such as air pollution, are also parts of the man-made environment.
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