Geoinformatics & Geostatistics: An OverviewISSN: 2327-4581

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Health Geography, Sustainability and its Relevance in Public Health

Health and Geography are interconnected branches of Science. Medical Geography is defined as the study of spatial distribution of health, ill health and diseases as determined by the natural and cultural milieu of human-beings. Analysis of the links between the migration of people and spread of diseases, and environment and health is by its very nature a spatial problem. Levels of risk and vulnerable vary spatially in response to variation in environmental conditions, and as a consequence, the health outcome and associated levels of need and health support vary. This narrative review will outline the relevance of health geography in framing effective public health policy, and scope for the future

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