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This is known as pharmacovigilance.
I dont know, I'm not a expert
It is TOXICOLOGIST who studies of the adverse effects of chemicals on living organisms. The basic duties of toxicologists are to determine the effects of chemicals on organisms and their surroundings.
UV has adverse effects. It can cause skin cancer to living organisms.
For example, children living with smokers are twice as likely to have respiratory problems as children living with nonsmokers.
The child was living in the house with permission. Permissive use is a bar to any claim of adverse possession. I assume the property is owned by a second child.
Smokers have a higher rate of cancer in the mouth then non smokers.
Yes, if there are no living heirs then the property may be claimed through adverse possession after all requirements have been fulfilled and the statute of limitations has passed for the state where the property is located.
Cigarette smoke is harmful to most living beings as they have negative effects on certain body parts. Mosquitoes are either affected by traces of cigarette smoke or leftover nicotine in a smoker's bloodstream and would have adapted to avoid them.
Computers, increased pace of living, and replacement of human services are three major effects of technology on everyday living.
The effects of pollution on living organisms include mutations, exposure to carcinogens, and introduction of unnatural compounds and elements into their habitats. Effects on the non-living environment include changes to Earth's chemistry and atmosphere.