Reviews on Environmental Health is an international quarterly periodical that aims to fill the need for rapid publication of specialized comprehensive review articles on hot topics in the field of environmental health. Reviews on Environmental Health aims to be an inspiring forum for scientists, environmentalists, physicians, engineers, and students who are concerned with aspects of human health, including quality of life, that are determined by physiological and psychosociological interactions between man and physical, chemical, biological, and social factors in the environment.
The scope of this broad-spectrum review journal covers the ecological aspects of man's life at rest and work; the impact of natural and anthropogenic environmental pollutants on human health, and the theory and practice of correcting, controlling, and preventing those factors in the environment that can affect adversely the health of present and future generations. Topics covered in this journal include but are not limited to environmental toxicology, neurotoxicology, immunology, oncology, dermatology, epidemiology, molecular biology, pharmacogenetics, medicine, occupational health, and risk assessment, as well as water, air, and soil quality control and methods for biomonitoring and remediation. Review papers on experimental animal models – both vertebrate and invertebrate – for monitoring the health effects of environmental pollutants will also be considered for publication. Full-length original research papers and proposals for special topic issues are encouraged.
Previously published by Freund Publishing House Ltd.