Acta Scientific Medical Sciences (ISSN: 2582-0931)

Mini Review Volume 4 Issue 1

Pesticide Use and Adverse Health Effects

DashdulamTS*, LkhagvasurenD and Zoljargal

MNUMS, School of Bio-Medicine, Mongolia

*Corresponding Author: DashdulamTS, MNUMS, School of Bio-Medicine, Mongolia.

Received: November 19, 2019; Published: December 06, 2019

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Abstract

  In terms of plant diseases, weeds, and pests of larvae, animals, and ecosystems, chemicals used for agriculture, agriculture and household use are known as international pesticides. It is fast-acting and cheaper, but these substances used during the cultivation process remain part of the product after harvest. Pesticides can change the human and animal's thyroid gland and other hormones, causing damage to the immune system, cancer and human brain abilities. In recent years scientists, women's disorders, congenital malformations, premature birth, miscarriage, low weight births are associated with the effects of persistent organic matter. Over the last 40 years, the effects of organic pesticides on health, especially in infants and young children, are likely to be high. According to a study in the United States, 1 million people enter the human body every week and about half of them pass through animal products. It is essential to ensure that people's health impacts on the health of the people according to international standards and tools, and provide users with scientifically-based and evidence-based information. In addition, the analysis of the type of pesticides, consumption, and residues in foodstuffs, as well as the analysis of the effects of pesticides on exposure to pesticides and human health, is essential.

Keywords: Ecology; Insects; Herbicides and Pesticides

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Citation

Citation: DashdulamTS., et al. "Pesticide Use and Adverse Health Effects".Acta Scientific Medical Sciences 4.1 (2020): 31-35.



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