Capstone Papers-Environmental Epidemiology and Health Hazards
Environmental Epidemiology and Health Hazards
Environmental epidemiology is the primary scientific discipline that establishes exposure-disease relationships in environmental health. For example, epidemiologists determined that exposure to asbestos causes mesothelioma. This is one example of chemical agent leading to health hazards. Other environmental hazards, such as air and water pollution, have been linked to adverse health outcomes.
Significant Episodes in which an Environmental Hazard Caused Adverse Health Outcomes in Humans
Three Major Historical Events in Environmental Epidemiology