Children are often more vulnerable to pollutants than adults due to differences in behavior and biology that can lead to greater exposure and or unique windows of susceptibility during development learn more about childrens health the environment and what you can do . This csem focuses on principles of pediatric environmental health and serves as a companion piece to the pediatric exposure history csem this case study also serves to explicate further some of the background principles that form the bases for the pediatric environmental medicine practices found in the pediatric exposure history csem. It is claimed that it is the first textbook to focus on environmental threats to child health i am sure this is true and for that reason alone this book is to be welcomed not only that but it is one of the few books dealing with environmental issues that includes genetic and prenatal effects. The national institutes of healths environmental influences on child health outcomes echo initiative has awarded 13 million to a university of illinois project led by susan schantz a professor of comparative biosciences in the college of veterinary medicine and member of beckmans cellular and molecular foundations of intelligent behavior group. The childrens environmental health network cehn is a national multi disciplinary organization whose mission is to protect the developing child from environmental health hazards and promote a healthier environment click here to read about some of cehns key accomplishments in the field
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