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|Main Title||1st National Research Conference on Children's Environmental Health : research practice prevention policy : conference report /|
|Publisher||Children's Environmental Health Network/Public Health Institute,|
|Subjects||Children--Health and hygiene--Congresses ; Environmentally induced diseases in children--Congresses ; Child Health Services ; United States ; Environmental Health|
|Collation||xviii, 30 pages ; 28 cm|
On page 1 called: " ... second national conference ..." "February 21-23, 1997"--Page 1.
Children's environmental health research -- Children's health and the environment: A new agenda for prevention research -- Programming for responsiveness to environmental antigens that trigger allergic respiratory disease in adulthood is initiated during the perinatal period -- Genetic predispositions and childhood cancer -- Developmental neurotoxicology of endocrine disruptors and pesticides: Identification of information gaps and research needs -- Biomarkers in pediatric environmental health: A cross-cutting issue -- Genes and the environment: Their impact on children's health -- Relationship between ambient air pollution and DNA damage in Polish mothers and newborns -- Approaches to environmental exposure assessment in children -- A partnership study of PCB's and the health of Mohawk youth: Lessons from our past and guidelines for our future -- Prenatal methylmercury exposure and children: Neurologic, developmental, and behavioral research -- Environmental health services education: A tool for achieving environmental equity and protecting children -- Linking research and policy to ensure children's environmental health -- The U.S. EPA conference on preventable causes of cancer in children: A research agenda -- Chemicals and children's environment: What we don't know about risks -- Methodologic approaches to studying environmental factors in childhood cancer -- Results from an international case-control study of childhood brain tumors: The role of prenatal vitamin supplementation -- Pesticides and childhood cancer -- Parental occupational exposures and risk of childhood cancer.