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FOUR Common Environmental Factors that are Damaging Your DNA
« on: February 28, 2013, 03:59:58 PM »
FOUR Common Environmental Factors that are Damaging Your DNA

Our bodies are constantly attacked by environmental factors that are damaging our DNA. We do not immediately see or feel the effects of this damage, however, we do over time, and the results arenít pretty. Here are FOUR common environmental factors that can cause DNA damage:
1. Chemicals Pollutants

Chemical pollutants in the environment can cause many types of health hazards including DNA damage. Chemicals such as butadiene (emitted from rubber factories), dichloroethane (a man-made industrial solvent), and vinyl chloride and hydrogen chloride (from plastic manufacturing plants) can damage DNA since they affect our natural repair machinery involved in fixing DNA damage.
2. Overcooked Meat (PAHs)

Meat products must be cooked properly to destroy bacteria, however, overcooking may result in the formation of harmful compounds. Overcooked meat produces compounds, such as Polycyclic hydrocarbons (PAHs), that do not breakdown. PAHs are also present in fossil fuels (while burnt), tobacco smoke, and vehicle exhausts and have been shown to cause cancer in animals studies by causing damage to the DNA.
3. Sunlight & UV radiation
This has been a hot issue in recent years. Our bodies need sunlight for making proteins such Vitamin D, however, harmful UV radiation from the sun can cause serious damage. Prolonged exposure to sunlight has been shown to damage cellular systems as well as DNA.
4. Tobacco Smoke

In this day in age, it should come as no surprise that smoking is detrimental to our health. Cigarette smoke has been shown to have tar-phenolic compounds that can cause breaks in the DNA. These compounds can also be inhaled by second hand smoking, putting people in the surrounding areas of a smoker at risk.
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