4 edition of Reproductive health and the environment found in the catalog.
Reproductive health and the environment
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by P. Nicolopoulou-Stamati, L. Hens, and C.V. Howard.|
|Series||Environmental science and technology library -- v. 22|
|Contributions||Nicolopoulou-Stamati, P., Hens, Luc, 1951-, Howard, Vyvyan.|
|LC Classifications||RG133 .R456 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||2007416638|
Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health > The Environment And Reproductive Health (EARTH) Study The Environment And Reproductive Health (EARTH) Study. The Environment And Reproductive Health (EARTH) Study expand child menu. Environmental influences on reproductive health: the importance of chemical exposures. Fertility and Sterility, (4), doi: /tert View in PubMed or read it here.
Read the full-text online edition of Generations at Risk: Reproductive Health and the Environment (). Home» Browse» Books» Book details, Generations at Risk: Reproductive Health and the. reproductive health care needs to be assured for people around the world. Source: Global Policy Committee of the World Health Organization, 2 May ; and the WHO Position paper on Health, Population and Development, Cairo September File Size: 1MB.
Many reproductive and developmental health problems are caused by exposure to chemicals that are widely dispersed in our environment. These problems include infertility, miscarriage, poor pregnancy outcomes, abnormal fetal development, early puberty, endometriosis, and diseases and cancers of reproductive organs. Whether you are considering having children now or not, reproductive hazards matter all the time, for both men and women. Although workplace exposures can affect reproductive health, there are things you can do to better ensure your job does not hinder your ability to have a healthy family.
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To this end, the aim of this book is to review recent trends and developments in the study of the impact that the environment has on human reproduction.
These issues are thoroughly examined, using the most modern techniques and methods available, to analyze the manner in which both male and female fertility can be affected and : Hardcover. this book is as information-dense as one could hope for.
it seemed as non-biased as it is possible to be considering the subject of the book and the authors' intentions in writing the book. it goes into much detail regarding different reproductive toxins and how and why they affect humans and animals.
it also explains the different damages the chemicals effect. in the latter part of the book 5/5(2). Many reproductive health problems are caused by exposure to chemicals widely dispersed in our environment. Focusing on exposures to environmental contaminants, this book provides the first comprehensive source of information in this field.
It reviews the science in key areas and recommends preventative measures in clinical care and public policy.5/5(1). About this book The link between reproductive health and the environment has been strengthened by the findings of recent studies.
It is becoming increasingly important to link results and data from such studies into a model that aids in the explanation of phenomena observed in. Many reproductive health problems are caused by exposure to chemicals widely dispersed in our environment.
Focusing on exposures to environmental contaminants, this book provides the first comprehensive source of information in this field. It reviews the science in key areas and recommends preventative measures in clinical care and public by: This book reviews recent trends and developments in the study of the impact that the environment has on human reproduction.
It thoroughly examines these issues, using the most modern techniques and methods available, to analyze the manner in which both male and.
The link between reproductive health and the environment has been strengthened by the findings of recent studies. It is becoming increasingly important to link results and data from such studies into.
The scope of environmental impact on reproduction is very large. It aims at covering all aspects of reproductive problems and their links to the environment.
Therefore, it deals with female and male reproductive impairments, whatever their severity and their sites, gonad or extra-gonad.
For women, effects include direct lesions of the oocyte, with possibilities of chromosomal abnormalities but. Generations at Risk describes itself as a source book on human exposure to toxic chemicals that can have reproduction and development effects. Its suggested readership is those concerned about their family's health and medical and public health by: 3.
To recognize the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment (PRHE) has partnered with the International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) and the Health and Environment Alliance (HEAL) to produce a series of infographics for health professionals to communicate with their patients about the adverse impacts of climate change.
UCSF Program on Reproductive Health and the Environment Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology & Reproductive Sciences Mailstop 16th Street, 7th Floor San Francisco, CA ( for UPS or FedEx) email: [email protected] phone: ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxxi, pages: illustrations ; 25 cm: Contents: Introduction --Environmental Impact on Reproductive Health, Recent Trends and Developments / P.
Nicolopoulou-Stamati and N.J. n 1: The Link Between Reproductive Health and Environment. Cambridge Core - Epidemiology Public Health and Medical Statistics - Environmental Impacts on Reproductive Health and Fertility - edited by Tracey J. Woodruff. The link between reproductive health and the environment has been strengthened by the findings of recent studies.
It is becoming increasingly important to link results and data from such studies into a model that aids in the explanation of phenomena observed in the field and facilitates predictability. Global Population and Reproductive Health provides an introduction to an important and timely public health topic.
The text is unique in that it explores the inextricable link between population and reproductive health – a connection that is often overlooked – as well as their impact on global and local environmental issues.5/5(1). Generations at Risk presents compelling evidence that human exposure to some toxic chemicals can have lifelong and even intergenerational effects on human reproduction and development.
The result of a collaboration in Compelling evidence suggests that human exposure to some toxic chemicals can have lifelong and even intergenerational effects on /5(8).
Reproductive Health and the Environment by Polyxeni Nicolopoulou-Stamati,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Linking global population, reproductive health, and environmental sustainability is the underlying theme of this five-part, chapter edited book. Ten scholars contribute their expertise to a volume intended as a comprehensive primer for a general audience or as a text for graduate students or advanced undergraduates.
Reproductive Health and the Environment (Draft for review) THE LIFE CYCLE PERSPECTIVE Individual reproductive health needs differ at each stage of life Reproductive health status may reflect cumulative effects and experiences that occurred in earlier life phases 8 Reproductive health is important for healthy social, economic, and human development.
Reproductive Health and the Environment Consumer Education Resources September Updated 9/7/17 General Environmental Impacts on Reproductive Health General Effects of Environment on Reproductive Health Organization Type Title Link About Date Reading Level The Collaborative on Health.
Reproductive health refers to the condition of male and female reproductive systems during all life stages. These systems are made of organs and hormone-producing glands, including the pituitary gland in the brain.
Ovaries in females and testicles in males are reproductive organs, or gonads, that maintain health of their respective systems.CHAPRTER 1: Introduction to Reproductive Health. 1 1. Definition and introduction. 1 Historical development of the concept. 2 Development of Reproductive Health.
8 Magnitude of Reproductive Health Problem. 10 File Size: 1MB.Bioenvironmental Issues Affecting Men's Reproductive and Sexual Health is structured into two parts related to men’s reproductive and sexual health with eight sections designed to enable a logical flow of such knowledge.
The book is focused on the biology of key organs involved in male reproduction and the environmental influences affecting their functions with particular emphasis on clinical aspects.