First thousand days: Toxic contributors to neurodevelopment deficits: Elise Miller, MEd 2

First thousand days: Toxic contributors to neurodevelopment deficits: Elise Miller, MEd



Summary: Exposures to certain pollutants at critical windows of development prenatally and in early childhood can contribute to learning disabilities, ADHD and autism. Mounting evidence indicates that these toxic chemicals may act independently or interact with other factors, such as stress and nutrition, to undermine normal development. Preventing these exposures needs to be an integral part of our public health agenda.

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