Obuda University Budapest, Hungary
Dr. Bayoumi Hamuda is working at Ã“buda University. He is the president of ICEEE, member of agriculture committee of Hungarian Academy of Sciences, etc. He is dealing with the microbiomes and environment interactions for increasing soil quality and saving the environment from pollutants Also, roles of waste management, agroproductivity and environmental impacts related to the application of organic wastes on: soil quality, monitorization of organic matter; measurements of soil microbial biomass, enzymatic activities; microbial composition and roles of engineered metal oxide nanoparticles in agroecosystem. He is interested in the roles of climatic changes on biosphere, public health and healthcare; bioengineering; probiotics, antibiotics, xenobiotics and human gut microbiomes.
Most studies are limited to listing the specific diseases in the target area and very few attempts to assess the possible consequences of changing the ecosystem. Climatic change is one of the most important global environmental problems, which potentially increase the transmission and widespread of causative agents and changes in infectious disease transmission that impacts on human health. Many disease-causing organisms are strongly influenced by climate change. For this reason. The impacts of climatic changes on human health are divided into two groups: direct impacts such as heat shock and increased mortality in a population and indirect effects. The effects have been detected worldwide; the degree and types of the effect are varied, depending on the hygiene, location of the respective countries, and socio-economic conditions. Variations in the incidences of vector-borne diseases are associated with extreme weather events. It is assumed that global warming might lead to an increase in infectious disease outbreaks. So, it predicts that climatic changes that accompany global increasing the temperature will change the transmission risk of many causative agents of many infectious diseases through worldwide. Clearly, the influence of climate change on disease is a complex process. It is recommended to improve the level of education of public health and city planning to reduce the incidence of infectious diseases. Accordingly, understanding of the impacts of climate change on human health is needed with much more studies and data being asked in detail about the impacts of climate change. We hope this information stimulates further research towards this goal.