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Environmental Health Perspectives

19 November 2021. Use of Mixture Dosing and Nonlinear Mixed Effect Modeling of Eight Environmental Contaminants in Rabbits to Improve Extrapolation Value of Toxicokinetic Data. Véronique Gayrard, Jessika Moreau, Nicole Picard-Hagen, Virginie Helies, Philippe Marchand, Jean-Philippe Antignac, Pierre-Louis Toutain, and.

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COVID-19, the Built Environment, and Health

2021-7-21  Environmental Health Perspectives is an Open Access journal published by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences. Within months of the initial outbreak of COVID-19, evidence emerged linking higher ambient levels of fine particulate matter and oxides of nitrogen with increased risk of COVID incidence, severity, and mortality.

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An environmental and health perspective for COVID-19

2020-8-1  An environmental and health perspective for COVID-19 outbreak: Meteorology and air quality influence, sewage epidemiology indicator, hospitals disinfection, drug therapies and recommendations Author links open overlay panel Damia Barcelo a b c

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Environmental perspective of COVID-19 PubMed

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused concerns globally. On 30 January WHO has declared it as a global health emergency. The easy spread of this virus made people to wear a mask as precautionary route, use gloves and hand sanitizer on a daily basis that resulted in generation of a massive amount of medical wastes in the environment.

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Outbreak Investigations—A Perspective Volume 4,

2010-12-13  Outbreak investigations, an important and challenging component of epidemiology and public health, can help identify the source of ongoing outbreaks and prevent additional cases. Even when an outbreak is over, a thorough epidemiologic and environmental investigation often can increase our knowledge of a given disease and prevent future outbreaks.

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WHO Senegal: Outbreak of lead intoxication in Thiaroye

Senegal: Outbreak of lead intoxication in Thiaroye sur Mer 20 June 2008. 20 June 2008 Following an unexplained cluster of deaths in children from the NGagne Diaw quarter of Thiaroye sur Mer, Dakar, Senegal, an investigation by health and environmental authorities revealed that the area was contaminated with lead from the informal recycling of lead batteries.

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Environmental Health an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Environmental health is a broad and complex subject area which, at its core, seeks to understand interactions of environmental factors with biological systems. Thus exploration of environmental health necessitates concerted multidisciplinary approaches to understanding and addressing environmentally influenced health outcomes.

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An environmental and health perspective for COVID-19

2020-8-1  An environmental and health perspective for COVID-19 outbreak: Meteorology and air quality influence, sewage epidemiology indicator, hospitals disinfection, drug therapies and recommendations Author links open overlay panel Damia Barcelo a b c

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Environmental perspective of COVID-19 PubMed

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused concerns globally. On 30 January WHO has declared it as a global health emergency. The easy spread of this virus made people to wear a mask as precautionary route, use gloves and hand sanitizer on a daily basis that resulted in generation of a massive amount of medical wastes in the environment.

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The COVID-19 Pandemic from a Global Environmental

2020-6-22  The COVID-19 Pandemic from a Global Environmental Health Perspective. As health systems around the world struggle to respond to the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic, the crisis has brought into sharp focus several important global environmental health issues. It is becoming clear that environmental and climate factors help shape the

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Outbreak Investigations—A Perspective Volume 4,

2010-12-13  Outbreak investigations, an important and challenging component of epidemiology and public health, can help identify the source of ongoing outbreaks and prevent additional cases. Even when an outbreak is over, a thorough epidemiologic and environmental investigation often can increase our knowledge of a given disease and prevent future outbreaks.

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How Environmental Health Specialists Investigate

The role of environmental health in outbreak investigations should be defined. This is needed so that epidemiology and environmental health programs work together. This could also help with problems posed by public health agencies (for example, lack of

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WHO Senegal: Outbreak of lead intoxication in Thiaroye

Senegal: Outbreak of lead intoxication in Thiaroye sur Mer 20 June 2008. 20 June 2008 Following an unexplained cluster of deaths in children from the NGagne Diaw quarter of Thiaroye sur Mer, Dakar, Senegal, an investigation by health and environmental authorities revealed that the area was contaminated with lead from the informal recycling of lead batteries.

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A One Health perspective to identify environmental factors

2019-11-27  Rift Valley fever (RVF) is a zoonotic viral vector-borne disease that primarily affects animals [1, 2].The disease is transmitted to humans through direct contact with an infected animal or its products [].In addition, bites by mosquitoes of the Aedes and Culex genera transmit the disease among animals and between animals and humans [4,5,6,7,8].. RVF causes serious health and economic problems.

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Public Health Measures: Environmental Assessment in

2015-11-10  Public Health Measures: Environmental !ssessment in Outbreak Investigations . CA Selman, US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA, USA JJ Guzewich, (Retired) US Food and Drug Administration, Washington, DC, USA . Glossary . Contributing factors: These are determinants that directly or indirectly cause an outbreak. A contributing

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Global Environmental Health and Sustainable Development

2021-8-31  Global Environmental Health Research, education, training, and research translation directed at health problems that are related to environmental exposures and transcend national boundaries, with a goal of improving health for all people by

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Outbreak Breakthrough: Using Whole-Genome

2015-11-1  Elimination of hospital-acquired (nosocomial) infections is a priority of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.14 In 2011 an estimated 722,000 infections were acquired in U.S. hospitals,15 and each year hundreds of millions of infections occur worldwide.16 Several months after Gardy published her findings, Snitkin tackled an ongoing

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ehp ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES

2019-8-30  ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH PERSPECTIVES National Institutes of Health U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Outbreak of Fatal Childhood Lead Poisoning Related to Artisanal Gold Mining in Northwestern Nigeria, 2010 Carrie A. Dooyema, Antonio Neri, Yi-Chun Lo, James Durant, Paul I. Dargan, Todd Swarthout, Oladayo Biya,

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Outbreak Investigations—A Perspective Volume 4,

2010-12-13  Outbreak investigations, an important and challenging component of epidemiology and public health, can help identify the source of ongoing outbreaks and prevent additional cases. Even when an outbreak is over, a thorough epidemiologic and environmental investigation often can increase our knowledge of a given disease and prevent future outbreaks.

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Environmental perspective of COVID-19 PubMed

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused concerns globally. On 30 January WHO has declared it as a global health emergency. The easy spread of this virus made people to wear a mask as precautionary route, use gloves and hand sanitizer on a daily basis that resulted in generation of a massive amount of medical wastes in the environment.

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How Environmental Health Specialists Investigate

The role of environmental health in outbreak investigations should be defined. This is needed so that epidemiology and environmental health programs work together. This could also help with problems posed by public health agencies (for

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National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences

A devastating lead poisoning outbreak in 2010 linked to artisanal gold processing in Zamfara State, Nigeria killed hundreds of children under the age of 5, and left thousands more with permanent disabilities.An interdisciplinary team of earth and health scientists have defined the major causes of the outbreak, reported in Environmental Health Perspectives (EHP).

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WHO Senegal: Outbreak of lead intoxication in Thiaroye

Senegal: Outbreak of lead intoxication in Thiaroye sur Mer 20 June 2008. 20 June 2008 Following an unexplained cluster of deaths in children from the NGagne Diaw quarter of Thiaroye sur Mer, Dakar, Senegal, an investigation by health and environmental authorities revealed that the area was contaminated with lead from the informal recycling of lead batteries.

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Environmental perspective of COVID-19 Request PDF

The outbreak of COVID-19 has caused concerns globally. On 30 January WHO has declared it as a global health emergency. The easy spread of this virus made people to wear a mask as precautionary

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A One Health perspective to identify environmental factors

2019-11-27  Rift Valley fever (RVF) is a zoonotic viral vector-borne disease that primarily affects animals [1, 2].The disease is transmitted to humans through direct contact with an infected animal or its products [].In addition, bites by mosquitoes of the Aedes and Culex genera transmit the disease among animals and between animals and humans [4,5,6,7,8].. RVF causes serious

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Environmental Determinants of Infectious Disease: A

2007-5-31  Public health scientists are increasingly discovering that the recent emergence or re-emergence of infectious diseases has an origin in environmental change (McMichael and Martens 2002; Morse 1995; Patz et al. 2000).These environmental changes encompass social processes such as urbanization and creation of transportation infrastructure, as well as ecologic

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Ecological determinants of health: food and environment

2015-11-10  Human health and diseases are determined by many complex factors. Health threats from the human-animal-ecosystems interface (HAEI) and zoonotic diseases (zoonoses) impose an increasing risk continuously to public health, from those emerging pathogens transmitted through contact with animals, food, water and contaminated environments.

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