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What role does the environment play in preventing major chronic illness such as respiratory diseases and cancers?
Most major chronic illnesses such as respiratory diseases and cancer are genetic disorders, or conditions that cannot be attributed to the environment, if you are referring to the natural environment. When speaking of the environment creating by humans, the exposure to certain chemicals, products, and substances has been proven to cause these illnesses over time
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Most major chronic illnesses such as respiratory diseases and cancer are genetic disorders, or conditions that cannot be attributed to the environment, if you are referring to the natural environment. When speaking of the environment creating by humans, the exposure to certain chemicals, products, and substances has been proven to cause these illnesses over time
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