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Why are human diseases considered environmental hazards?

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Human diseases considered environmental hazards because;

  • Diseases may lead to death of human
  • Declining productivity
  • Diseases also increase expenditure of countries on medical care reducing resources for environmental issues
  • Disease increase food insecurity hence feminine.

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