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10 ways in which environmental health hazard can impact negatively on one's health
Toxic Waste, X-Rays, Pesticides, Tobacco Smoking, Mercury, Lead (in Paint), Wild Fires, Mold, Pathogens, Drought, and Pollen are all environmental health hazards that can impact negatively on one's health.
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Toxic Waste, X-Rays, Pesticides, Tobacco Smoking, Mercury, Lead (in Paint), Wild Fires, Mold, Pathogens, Drought, and Pollen are all environmental health hazards that can impact negatively on one's health.
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