Environmental health refers to the branch of public health that deals with how the environment affects human health. Pollution, on the other hand, is the presence or introduction into the environment of substances or materials that have harmful effects on living organisms. Air pollution, water pollution, and soil pollution are some of the main types of pollution that can negatively impact human health. Exposure to pollution has been linked to a range of health problems, including respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, cancer, and neurological impairments. It is important to take measures to prevent pollution and promote environmental health in order to protect the well-being of both current and future generations. This can involve actions such as reducing emissions from industries, promoting clean energy sources, and implementing policies to reduce waste and promote recycling.