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Background;It is important to know media and educational intervention and also produce them according to standards. Thus, media and health educational interventions should evaluate to improve education quality.Methods;The study sample were whole produced media and interventions in all medical universities, deportments, offices, and centers affiliated to ministry of health in 2008 and in the fi ...

SUBJECT: health education.; educational interventions; media

POSTED TO: Journal of Human, Environment and Health Promotion [2476-549X]

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Background: Environmental gamma ray refers to the gamma radiation from terrestrial sources and building materials. In enclosed spaces radiation can become a health hazard leading to potential increase in the rates of lung cancer. The goal of this study is to assess the exposure to natural gamma radiation of children in the schools of Zanjan province.Method:The natural gamma radiation was asses ...

SUBJECT: natural gamma radiation; primary schools; effective dose

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Background: Noise mapping in industry can be useful to assess the risks of harmful noise, or to monitor noise in machine rooms. Using GIS -based software for plot of noise maps in an indoor noisy work environment can be helpful for occupational hygienists to monitor noise pollution.Methods: This study was carried out in noisy packaging unit of a food industry in Ghazvin industrial zone, to eva ...

SUBJECT: gis -based software; noise map; work environment .; indoor

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Background: Foods have been many changes from production to tables and continuous control is necessary to maintain food safety and supply foods with good quality. The aim of this study was to evaluate the quality of some foods with high consumption in Zanjan city during the 5 years from 2009 to 2013.Methods: In a case-control descriptive study with an annually control program during 5 years fr ...

SUBJECT: microbial contamination; food quality; zanjan; chemical contamination

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Background: Brucellosis (Malta fever) is a major contagious zoonotic disease, with economic and public health importance.Methods: To assess the effect of meteorological (temperature, rainfall, humidity, and wind) and climate parameters on incidence of brucellosis, brucellosis distribution and meteorological zoning maps of Zanjan Province were prepared using Inverse Distance Weighting (IDW) and ...

SUBJECT: medical meteorology; meteorological parameters; brucellosis; zanjan

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Background: Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) are among the most prevalent pains which could be ignited via material handling. Backpack wearers are among those who may carry heavy loads. Since MSDs mainly originate in school-aged children, students (as the largest group of backpack wearers) are considered more important. The purpose of this study is to design a backpack based on minimization of ...

SUBJECT: backpack; student; musculoskeletal disorders; suspending system

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Background: Water treatment sometimes needs a coagulation and flocculation process to remove suspended and colloidal materials. Inorganic coagulants used create concerns about pollution of the environment and harmful effects on the human’s health. The studies carried out previously indicated the capability of an active coagulant agent extracted from Descurainia Sophia seed to remove turbidity ...

SUBJECT: natural coagulants; descurainia sophia; color.; optimization

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Background: Conventional chemical coagulation is considered as the old method to color and COD removal in textile effluent. Electrocoagulation (EC) process is a robust method to achieve maximum removal.Methods: This work was designed to compare the result of operational parameters including optimum pH and coagulant concentration for chemical coagulation with ferric chloride and alum. Also, the ...

SUBJECT: electrocoagulation; reactive red 196; treatment; chemical coagulation; textile.

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Background; The aim of this study is to compare UV, ferrate (VI) and UV/ferrate (VI) methods for removal of hydrogen sulfide and chemical oxygen demand (COD) from municipal wastewater under a continuous condition.Methods; The experiment was divided into three parts: 1) pollutants removal by using ferrate (VI) alone; 2) pollutants removal using UV alone; 3) pollutants removal using a combinatio ...

SUBJECT: cod removal; hydrogen sulfide; ferrate (vi); ultraviolet

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Background; Recently, there has been a great concern about the consumption of dyes because of their toxicity, mutagenicity, carcinogenicity, and persistence in the aquatic environment. Therefore, the aim of this study was to determine the feasibility of using Lemna minor for Acid Blue 292 (AB292) dye removal from aqueous solution and to determine the optimal conditions.Methods; This experiment ...

SUBJECT: lemna minor; biosorption; kinetics; acid blue 292 dye

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