All papers within the scope indicated by the following sections of the journal may be submitted:


Biological Hazards - health problems and diseases associated with biohazards in occupational and non-occupational environment e.g. zoonoses, allergic and immunotoxic diseases, study of exposure, characterization of agents, sewage and waste handling, methods of monitoring biohazards in air, water, soil and products, as well as proposals for standards and norms for these methods, etc.


Chemical Hazards -   health problems and diseases associated with chemical pollutants in occupational and non-occupational environment e.g. pesticides, fertilizers, industrial disposals contaminating the atmosphere, soil and water and products; study of exposure ; methods of monitoring chemical pollutants as well as proposals for standards and norms for these methods, etc.


Clinical Epidemiology


Environmental Allergies - health problems  associated with allergic and immunotoxic diseases, environmental allergies, food allergies, study of exposure, methods of monitoring allergic agents , as well as proposals for standards and norms for these methods, etc.


Inequities in Health - studies and analyses of all aspects of inequalities in health with particular consideration of rural and urban areas.


International Health Problems - global health risks and resulting problems.


Metabolism, Nutrition and Physical Activity - interrelationships between nutrition and physical activity and other health risk factors, e.g.   diet-related diseases associated with environmental, behavioural, biological and genetic factors; imbalanced diets and unhealthy eating and resting habits; improper amount of nutrients; obesity, malnutrition, diabetes, etc.


Philosophy of Health and Health Care - f undamental question “What is health?”; the general study of the ethics, processes, and people which constitute the maintenance of health for human beings.


Physical Hazards  - health problems and diseases associated with p hysical hazards   in   occupational and non-occupational environment e.g. study of exposure to vibration, radiation, temperature; methods of monitoring physical hazards as well as proposals for standards and norms for these methods; accidents and injuries prevention , etc.


Psychology of Health and Illness - the psychological and neuropsychological aspects of health and illness with particular consideration of rural and urban areas, the psychological and neuropsychological aspects of health promotion and quality of life in patients with illness, etc.


Sociology of Health and illness - health and illness issues associated with social factors.


Woman’s and Prenatal Health mother's health and prenatal development.