Scientific Sessions

Risk Factors, Treatments and Therapies

A risk factor is any attribute, characteristic or exposure of an individual that increases the likelihood of developing a disease or injury. Some examples of the more important risk factors are underweight, unsafe sex, high blood pressure, tobacco and alcohol consumption, and unsafe water, sanitation and hygiene.

A risk factor is any trait, trademark or introduction of a person that improves the probability of building up an illness or damage. A few instances of the more significant hazard variables are underweight, perilous sex, hypertension, tobacco and liquor utilization, and dangerous water, sanitation and cleanliness.

  • Cardiovascular Disease and Risk Management
  • Drug Hypersensitivity Reactions
  • Risk Factors for Diabetes, Breast Cancer, Obesity and Multiple Sclerosis
  • Others