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Rodríguez-Díaz Rubí, Blanes-Zamora Raquel, Gómez-Rodríguez Jorge, Hardisson Arturo, Paz Soraya, E González-Dávila
Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health, Volume 8, pp 068-069; https://doi.org/10.17352/2455-5479.000176

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The Industrial Revolution has caused increasing amounts of pollution in the environment that has exposed the global population to various agents called environmental contaminants or pollutants, which are toxic metals, as well as smoking or radiation, and may cause epigenetic modifications related to health outcomes in the later stages of life, including cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, and neurological conditions, that may be influenced by epigenetic mechanisms triggered in intrauterine and neonatal life.
, Rasheed Zeeshan, Arbaz Muhammad
Archives of Community Medicine and Public Health, Volume 8, pp 062-067; https://doi.org/10.17352/2455-5479.000175

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The unavoidable pandemic situation seems uncontrolled over the past two years. In this aggravated situation, it seems crucial to take inescapable measures to deal with such a defiant disease and it is only possible if the actual pandemic propagation ratio is to be acquainted. Therefore, a shrewd pandemic model is being developed that will generate real-time infection statistics on an hourly, weekly, and monthly basis. This shrewd model utilizes the well-known dataset and when this dataset will be applied to determine the status of three types of infection the number of infected people, the time when the pandemic begins, and the time when the pandemic disappears. The time-based results are generated by conducting simulation in python Simpy framework and the generated results are the hallmark of real-time infection spreading ratio it shows that when the extraordinary measures for infection ratio are indispensable and when it becomes plausible.
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