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Soils and Human Health


The link between a rising world population and the ability of the soil to support an increasing food supply and works as a physical strainer, a biochemical renovator, and a biological recycler of all waste water passing through it. Soils indirectly affect the health of people by influencing properties of the atmosphere, hydrosphere and biosphere. More recently, intense interest has been generated on the direct impact of soil on human health.  There exists new information linking soils and human health. For example, the ingestion, inhalation, or dermal absorption of soil constituents can have a direct impact on human health.

 

Soil’s Hidden Secrets

Shocking discoveries from the underground may shake up climate science

Scientists around the world are closing in on some dirty truths about carbon emissions and climate change. Read more at ScienceNews.com



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