Annie Bérubé

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This review summarizes the level of epidemiologic evidence for relationships between prenatal and/or early life exposure to environmental chemical contaminants and fetal, child, and adult health. Discussion focuses on fetal loss, intrauterine growth restriction, preterm birth, birth defects, respiratory and other childhood diseases, neuropsychological(More)
There have been calls for increased investments in research in Canada to determine the extent of exposure and the associated health effects of environmental risks to child health. When allocating scare public health resources, decision makers often rely on cost-benefit analysis to determine whether specific expenditures will yield significant economic(More)
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