Early Exposures to Hazardous Chemicals/Pollution and Associations with Chronic Disease: A Scoping Review
In Ontario, one in three people (of all ages) have one or more chronic diseases, and at least 60% of Ontario’s health care costs are due to chronic diseases. In Canada, the prevalence of the most prominent chronic diseases is estimated to be in the multi-millions of affected individuals.
Playing it Safe – Service Provider Strategies to Reduce Environmental Risks to Preconception, Prenatal and Child Health
Environmental contaminants can have serious and long-term impacts on reproductive and child health. Information about these risks, and how to address them, is new to many service providers.
Child Health and the Environment – A Primer
Children’s environmental health is a large and rapidly growing field. This Primer aims to provide a solid introduction to a vast and complex topic. It will enable the reader to understand the basis for concern about environmental impacts on children’s health, and will make it easier to pursue further readings and research into this vitally […]