Journal of Environmental Science and Public Health

ISSN: 2575-9612
Impact Factor: 1.5
Index Copernicus Value: 73.85
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Articles in Volume 1 Issue 1

Review Article Open Access Pages: 19 - 26 Japan
Stopping of NOx Elimination is Easy Way to Reduce CO2 and Protect Global Warming

Shoichiro Ozaki

The earth is warmed up by the burning of fossil fuel. If we can compensate the generation of CO2 and heart by CO2 assimilation, global warming can is protected. To promote CO2 assimilation, supply of nutrient N and P is most important. NOx is produced when fossil is b...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.9612002
Review Article Open Access Pages: 27 - 43 USA
Environmental Factors Contribute to the Onset of Food Allergies

Erin Nicole Benton and Christie Maria Sayes

Background: Approximately 50 million Americans experience a food allergy. A food allergy is defined as an immune reaction after an ingested, inhaled, or dermal exposure to a certain food. Objectives: The objective of this paper is to define the role of the environment...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.9612003
Case Report Open Access Pages: 44 - 48 Iraq
Mind What You Put in a Furnace: A Case Study for a Laboratory Incident

Emad Yousif, Wedad H. Al-Dahhan, Ali Abd Ali, Alaa Adnan Rashad, and Evon Akram

There is no doubt that laboratories are extremely dangerous places as many hazardous materials are dealt with. It is mandatory to take safety precautions in laboratories at all times with no excuses. Herein, we report an incident took place in a research laboratory at...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.9612004
Case Report Open Access Pages: 49 - 56 Malaysia
BTEXs in Indoor and Outdoor Air Samples: Source Apportionment and Health Risk Assessment of Benzene

Haris Hafizal Abd Hamid, Nor Sakinah Jumah, Mohd Talib Latif, Narayanan Kannan

Level of benzene, toluene, ethyl benzene, m,p-xylene and o-xylene (BTEXs) was measured in several indoor and outdoor air samples. Five indoor air samples were from motor vehicle workshops and three samples were from gasoline filling stations and the rest were ambient ...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.9612005
Research Article Open Access Pages: 57 - 67 Nigeria
Evaluation of Cadmium, Arsenic, Mercury, Lead, Nickel and Speciated Organometallic Compounds in Tilapia guineensis, Sarotherodon melanotheron and Mullet (Liza falcipinnis) Found in Buguma River, Rivers State, Nigeria

Owhonda N. Kingsley

The edible flesh of guinean tilapia (Tilapia guineensis), blackchin tilapia (Sarotherondon melanotheron) and mullet (Liza falcipinnis) were collected from Buguma River for elemental studies of cadmium, mercury, arsenic, lead, nickel and organometallic forms of element...Read More

doi: 10.26502/jesph.9612006

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