Child Health and the Environment
This is the first textbook to focus on environmental threats to child health. It will interest professionals and graduate students in public health, pediatrics, environmental health, epidemiology, and toxicology. It provides overviews of key children’s environmental health issues, addresses the health effects of different environmental contaminants, and summarizes associations between environmental exposures and child health outcomes and calls for an improved science base to guide public health decisions and protect child health.
2003 / 396 pages / hardback
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