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October-December 2021| Vol 6| Issue 4

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Wind turbines and adverse health effects: Applying Bradford Hill's criteria for causation by Anne Dumbrille, Robert McMurtry, and Carmen Krogh – 'Big noises: Tobacco and Wind'

In the absence of a direct means of assessing causality by experiment, Dumbrille, McMurtry, and Krogh[1] have resorted to the nine criteria devised[2] by the English Statistician, Austin Bradford Hi...


Review Article

PM2.5 pollution and endoplasmic reticulum stress response

Air pollution is a sustained problem of public health for the general population in urban areas, especially for those living in areas of intensive traffic or industrial activity. Accumulating eviden...


Original Article

Micro-environmental conditions and high population density affects the transmission of severe acute respiratory syndrome corona virus-2 in metropolitan cities of India

Aim: The present study explores the effects of high population density (PD), climatic and environmental factors on transmission of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in selected metropolitan...


Original Article

Water safety planning in India: Assessment of water quality in urban Vadodora

Original Article

Disease comorbidities associated with chemical intolerance

Background: Chemical intolerance (CI) is characterized by multisystem symptoms initiated by a one-time high-dose or a persistent low-dose exposure to environmental toxicants. Prior studies ha...


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ISSN - Print: 2468-5690,
Online: 2468-5704

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