Dr. Wright reviews evidence linking psychological stress to asthma expression in children. She highlights protective effects of nutrition and the early caregiving environment.
Dr. Petrick shares results from a groundbreaking study that showed differences in dry blood samples from healthy infants to infants that were later diagnosed with childhood leukemia.
Dr. Wright explains how the science of exposomics is transforming our understanding of environmental exposures on health trajectories, both for children and adults.
Dr. Arora discuss how environmental factors in utero and early childhood may play a key role in the development of autism, ALS, and other complex neurological diseases.
Drs. Just and Sheffield discuss how air pollution and climate change are both the metaphoric storm clouds on the horizon and how the COVID-19 pandemic may have brought some unexpected silver linings to the public health efforts in this topic.
Webinar by: Lauren Zajac, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Environmental Medicine and Public Health, Pediatrics, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Erin Thanik, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Environmental Medicine and Public Health, Pediatrics, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Webinar by: Maida P. Galvez, MD, MPH, Professor, Environmental Medicine and Public Health, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Dr. Shanna Swan, reproductive epidemiologist and senior author of this study, discusses the implications of the precipitous decline for human and planetary health, how everyday chemicals are impacting our fertility.
Common household products have ingredients that can be hazardous to your health. Dr. Harari discusses the risks that Latinx domestic cleaners face when using these products. He highlights preventive measures to take when working with products and ways to control exposures.
An open discussion on the important role that the environment – from where you live, to the air you breathe, to the products you put on your body – plays in your family’s health.