Environmental health is a subdivision of public health that deals with all of the details of both the natural and constructed environments that affect public health. Environmental health is also referred to as environmen... More »

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An environmental health officer helps in public health responses that regard disasters and assisting people with health problems in communities. The environmental health sector provides a variety of lucrative career opti... More »

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Environmental science is the study of how living and nonliving organisms interact with their surroundings. It is inclusive of geology, sociology, climatology, biology and chemistry, just to name a few of its interdiscipl... More »

One of the main reasons that environmental management is important is to promote health and safety within the workplace. Even workplaces that are not considered dangerous have other risks associated with them, and with e... More »

Pesticides, lead, contaminated water, mercury, carbon monoxide, tobacco smoke and asbestos are types of environmental hazards that pose health risks. Many people are exposed to environmental hazards at industrial work si... More »

There are many different types of environments, also called habitats, in which organisms live, including forests, grasslands, coastal areas and marine environments. Large and small organisms live in diverse habitats arou... More »

The Earth’s surface contains a number of diverse natural environments. A natural environment can be defined as the flora, fauna, rocks, minerals, and atmosphere that make up a single ecological system, often spanning a l... More »