Effect of Diseases and Pollution on Mental health and stress level of people

Registration Fee –  6500  per candidate
Duration – 1 Days
Date – 06 Feb 2022
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Venue -IIFDT , Vikas Puri , new delhi

Diseases ,Rising temperatures, heat waves, floods, droughts, fires, loss of forest, and glaciers, along with disappearance of rivers and desertification, can directly and indirectly cause human pathologies that are physical and mental.
Some people are more vulnerable to the potential impacts of climate change, including children, the elderly, the chronically ill, people with cognitive or mobility impairments, pregnant and postpartum women, and people with mental illness. People of lower socioeconomic status, migrants, refugees and the homeless may also be more vulnerable.


   

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This paper presents the quantitative analysis of hypothyroidism and its connection with mental health in adult male people in dehradun city of Uttarakhand state in India. The purpose of this study is to find out the thyroid problem and its connection with mental health in adult male population.

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