Exposure to vehicle pollution in the first year of life ups the risk of childhood obesity, found a new study tracking over 2,000 children in Southern California. The findings add to research linking toxic air to low birth weight, birth defects and crib deaths.
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September 16, 2020
The coronavirus’s disproportionate impact on Hispanic, Black and American Indian adults is mirrored in children and youths, according to a
The Lifesaving Power of Nutrition
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Improved nutrition could save 3.7 million lives by 2025, according to a