Environmental health is described as the components of human health that are influenced by physical, chemical, biological, and social factors in the environment, as well as the evaluation and management of such factors. All that surrounds us is included in the exogenous and endogenous environmental health determinants, which include not only physical, chemical, and biological variables, but also hormones, diet, and lifestyle. Physical, biological, behavioural, cultural, and socioeconomic factors all have an impact on a person's reproductive health. The relative effects of these characteristics may differ throughout the globe or even within a single country. Untreated infections, for example, may pose the greatest harm in populations with high incidence of sexually transmitted infections or in places with insufficient health care resources, increasing women's risk of premature birth, foetal loss, or perinatal mortality. Furthermore, infants born to mothers who have such disorders are at risk of contracting the infection after birth and are susceptible to other difficulties during the new-born period.
Title : The complications of using assisted reproductive technologies on infertile couples health
Bahar Morshed Behbahani , Assistant Professor of Reproductive Health, Shiraz University of Medical Sciences, Iran (Islamic Republic of)