Journal of Chemical Health Risks


The JCHR as a peer-review professional academic journal is striving to provide the best forum for researchers and scholars worldwide to exchange their latest findings and results.

Our objective is to publish the high quality researches. Therefore, publishing paper in this journal is free of any charge.

The journal is a multidisciplinary journal of chemistry, biology and public health will publish original researches and scientific articles describing studies of the toxic effects of chemical agents on human, environment and animal.

Chemical Health Risk focuses on information and ideas relating to issues and advances in chemical health and safety.

Research Areas including:

- Toxicology

- Mineral and Organic Agents

- Environmental Analysis

- Occupational Medicine

- Cancer Research

- Analytical Chemistry

- Risk Analysis

- Pharmacology

Biodegradable and Edible Films


ISSN : 2251-6719 (PRINT)

          2251-6727 (ONLINE)


Frequency : Quarterly

Gholamhassan Vaezi
Professor of Biology, Islamic Azad University-Damghan Branch, Postdoc in Nutrition, Brazilia University, Brazil

Managing Editor
Hamid Hashemi-Moghaddam
Associate Professor of Analytical Chemistry, Islamic Azad University-Damghan Branch

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Sonia Ghiasi, Sadegh Maleki Mansourabad, Samie Faridniya Faridniya, Amin Abdollahzade Fard, Naseh Abdollahzade Fard
Adeleh Sobhanipour, Keivan Behboudi, Esmaeil Mahmoudi, Mohsen Farzaneh
Faezeh Khalilian, Feloria Khajoie Kermani
Hossein Abbaspour, Sahar Soleymanian
Soheil Sobhanardakani, Lobat Taghavi
Mehdi Mohammadalikhani, Soheil Lameeihassankiadeh, Saltanat Najjar Lashgari, Firouz Abbasian
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