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Online Human Health Risk Assessment & Management: An in-silico approach

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Dreamed quality of life can be achieved by good health and further restored and maintained by the identification of health related issues and their effective management. Human health risk assessment & management (HHRAM) approaches are applied for
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  Dr. Lavkush DwivediDr. Lavkush Dwivedi Institute of Biomedical SciencesInstitute of Biomedical Sciences Bundelkhand University, JhansiBundelkhand University, Jhansi    N  a   t  u  r  e   P  r  e  c  e   d   i  n  g  s  :   d  o   i  :   1   0 .   1   0   3   8   /  n  p  r  e .   2   0   1   0 .   5   3   5   7 .   1  :   P  o  s   t  e   d   3   D  e  c   2   0   1   0  Health Risk Assessment & Management: RiskHealth Risk Assessment & Management: RiskProcessProcess The Risk Process is a combined effort of Risk assessment, Risk  Management and Risk Communication. (U.S. Presidential/Congressional Commission on Risk assessment and Risk management, 1997 & U.S. NRC, 1989)    N  a   t  u  r  e   P  r  e  c  e   d   i  n  g  s  :   d  o   i  :   1   0 .   1   0   3   8   /  n  p  r  e .   2   0   1   0 .   5   3   5   7 .   1  :   P  o  s   t  e   d   3   D  e  c   2   0   1   0  3  Was always a necessity for the survival and evolution of human kind.  But now with increasing environmental, social andoccupational complication it becomes an elementaryconstraint.  Additionally, our behaviors such as lack of exercise, smoking,imbalanced dietary habits, non-prescribed medication andextended working hours are rising its need.  Some time general knowledge of risks does not alwayschange behavior and we don't necessarily know that which of them needs most attention. Need of HHRAMNeed of HHRAM    N  a   t  u  r  e   P  r  e  c  e   d   i  n  g  s  :   d  o   i  :   1   0 .   1   0   3   8   /  n  p  r  e .   2   0   1   0 .   5   3   5   7 .   1  :   P  o  s   t  e   d   3   D  e  c   2   0   1   0  4  Complete elimination of risk from life isnever possible .  But may be reduced to the level of tolerabilityby systemic approaches like HHRAM. Risk and survivalRisk and survival    N  a   t  u  r  e   P  r  e  c  e   d   i  n  g  s  :   d  o   i  :   1   0 .   1   0   3   8   /  n  p  r  e .   2   0   1   0 .   5   3   5   7 .   1  :   P  o  s   t  e   d   3   D  e  c   2   0   1   0  5 5 HHRAM through InternetHHRAM through Internet  Today, in electronic age internet is increasingly beingused as a source of information in all over the world.  It is estimated about 6,845,609,960 users in 2010 i.e.28.7% penetration on world population withtremendous 444.8% growth between 2000-2010 (www.internetworldstats.com)  Its been treated as a major source of healthinformation now days.  Various website viz.www.realage.com,www.healthstatus.cometc. are offering onlineHHRAM and working as dependable source inEuropean countries.    N  a   t  u  r  e   P  r  e  c  e   d   i  n  g  s  :   d  o   i  :   1   0 .   1   0   3   8   /  n  p  r  e .   2   0   1   0 .   5   3   5   7 .   1  :   P  o  s   t  e   d   3   D  e  c   2   0   1   0
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