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Synonyms for pollution

undesirable state of the natural environment being contaminated with harmful substances as a consequence of human activities

the state of being polluted

the act of contaminating or polluting

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Yet this metaphor loses its punch when Gamber variously conflates cancers, viruses, weeds, garbage, and human waste with environmental toxins.
It is shown to prevent the occurrence of cancers, including breast cancer, which is linked to environmental toxins.
We revert to the headline, namely that the Advisory Panel's report states that the environmental toxins could do harm.
E's recent coverage on autism's connection to environmental toxins includes the role of PBDEs.
One of the main purposes of a detox is to cleanse the liver and green vegetables such as broccoli and runner beans are great for flushing out environmental toxins.
Step one of the two-step system includes 60 all-natural herbal capsules that promote removal of dietary and environmental toxins while step two includes 60 bioactive fiber capsules that support normal digestion and regularity.
Include plenty of dark coloured fruits and vegetables such as spinach and broccoli that are high in antioxidants and protect the immune cells from environmental toxins
Environmental toxins can cause medical problems that are difficult for the average doctor to identify and treat.
In an excerpt from his book Experimental Man, David Ewing Duncan describes his encounters with polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), one of the environmental toxins in the public consciousness in recent years.
This millennium has offered us many undreamed-of technologies, microscopic and robotic surgeries, and incredible cures, but it also comes with a big package of undesirables and setbacks like global warming, environmental toxins, and bundles of modern-age diseases.
According to company officials, organic butter presents an option to consumers who wish to reduce their exposure to high levels of pesticide residues and environmental toxins.
In the film, scientific experts present research on environmental toxins that has been compiled for decades.
He looks in particular at the relationship between a body and its cancer, at the immune system, the new blood vessels necessary for cancer growth, and the roles played by environmental toxins, nutrition, emotions, and physical activity in containing cancer.
Finally, large amounts of fish consumption may result in adverse experiences due to the potential presence of environmental toxins such as mercury, polychlorinated biphenyls, dioxins, and other contaminants.
These results will give insight into the potential role of environmental toxins in causing neurodegenerative diseases
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