Ecology, Environment and Conservation Paper

Vol 23, Issue 3, 2017; Page No.(1702-1708)

TECHNOGENIC AND ANTHROPOGENIC FACTORS AFFECTING POPULATION HEALTH IN THE REPUBLIC OF DAGESTAN (RUSSIA)

Abdurahman Mallayevich Magomedov, Camilla Gadzhimuradovna Aliyeva, Patimat Mithatovna Daniyalova, Madina Nabievna Asadulaeva and Angela Sergeevna Damadaeva

Abstract

The article focuses on the negative impact of technogenic and anthropogenic factors on human health. The aim of the article is to analyze the impact of negative technogenic and anthropogenic factors, including freshwater pollution, on the main health aspects in the Republic of Dagestan and ways to eliminate and minimize them. It is shown how health and environment are interrelated based on certain aspects. It is explained how technogenic and anthropogenic factors and development of contemporary diseases are linked with each other. The article also analyzes groups of diseases affected by technogenic and anthropogenic factors. Analysis of primary and secondary freshwater pollution is provided based on thecurrent state of the polluted groundwaters and water supply in Dagestan.

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