8 November 2008

Special issue: Children's health and the environment

International Journal of Environment and Health 2(3/4) 2008
  • Environmental threats to children's health – a global problem
  • The PRONET project: pollution reduction options network to enhance implementation of successful transport and indoor environment practices in Europe
  • Children's Environmental Health National Profile: a multisectorial stakeholder collaboration experience in Argentina
  • Effect of prenatal exposure to fine particles and postnatal indoor air quality on the occurrence of respiratory symptoms in the first two years of life
  • Smoking relapse prevention intervention: a study of postpartum women in Lodz, Poland
  • Designing and building healthy places for children
  • Household factors influencing lung function in Austrian school children
  • The relationship between asthma and ambient air pollutants among primary school students in Durban, South Africa
  • Respiratory symptoms of school children and their home environment in Northern Transdanubia, Hungary
  • German Environmental Survey IV: environmental tobacco smoke exposure of German children
  • Andre Conrad, Margarete Seiwert, Christine Schulz, Kerstin Becker, Detlef Ullrich, Marike Asthma in children: seasonal variations
  • Development neurotoxicity: implications of methylmercury research
  • Perinatal dioxin exposure in The Netherlands – a long-term follow-up
  • Environmental exposure to platinum group elements released by automotive catalytic converters: the risk for children
  • Heavy metal poisoning from Ayurvedic traditional medicines: an emerging problem?

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This is the assistant editor for Hospital.com which is a medical publication offering hospital news, information and reviews. We also cover a wide variety of medical issues, one of which being Children's Health and the importance of choosing the right hospital. You will notice articles on this topic under Children's tab. If possible I would like Hospital.com to be included within your blog roll, offering our information as a resource to your readers. Please let me know if this addition can be made.

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Mary Miller,