Environmental Endocrinology

Environmental endocrinology is the study of how the environmental conditions full-fledged by an organism affect the endocrine system, also as how the endocrine system regulates the interactions of organisms (e.g., behavior) with their environments. Environmental disturbances in the endocrine systems of human body lead to female internal reproductive organ issues, carcinoma, thyroid eruptions, Alzheimer disease, nerve damage, gonad carcinoma, schizophrenia, and obesity. Discussions can also be made in Clinical Endocrinology, behavioral endocrinologyEndocrine physiology, and Genomic endocrinology.

  • ovarian problems
  • Breast cancer
  • Thyroid eruptions
  • Alzheimer diseases
  • Nerve damage
  • Behavioural endocrinology

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