What human diseases cause anthropogenic environmental pollutants?

Environmental pollution – the introduction into the environment or the appearance in it of new, usually non-characteristic physico-chemical and biological substances that have harmful effects on natural ecosystems and humans. It happens physical (noise, vibration, electromagnetic radiation), chemical (pesticides, heavy metals) and biological (viruses, bacteria).

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