Environmental Health Sourcebook
Basic Consumer Health Information About the Environment and Its Effects on Human Health, Including Facts About Air, Water, and Soil Contamination, Hazardous Chemicals, Foodborne Chemicals and Illnesses, Natural Disasters, Household Hazards Such as Mold, Radon, and Carbon Monoxide, Consumer Hazards From Toxic Products and Imported Goods, and Disorders Linked to Environmental Causes, Including Chemical Sensitivity, Cancer, Allergies, and Asthma; Along With Information About Technologically Altered Foods, Radiation Exposure, A Glossary of Related Terms, and Resources for Additional Help and InformationBook - 2016
This book provides information about the effects of the environment on human health, including specific populations such as pregnant women, children, the elderly, and minorities for which the effects of environmental exposures are especially harmful. It covers airborne, waterborne, foodborne, and chemical hazards, and health risks associated with some common household items, and includes a directory of resources for additional information.
Publisher: Detroit, Michigan : Omnigraphics Inc., A divison of Relevant Information, Inc., 
Edition: Fourth edition
Copyright Date: ©2016
Branch Call Number: APH R 616.98 ENVIRON 2016
Characteristics: xvii, 739 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm