Jeffrey Sloman

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Up to 2 years of age, children with umbilical cord blood lead levels of 10 to 25 micrograms/dL achieve significantly lower scores on tests of cognitive development than do children with lower prenatal exposures. By age 5 years, however, they appear to have recovered from, or at least compensated for, this early insult. Change in performance between 24 and(More)
This study investigates the impact of infantile colic on subsequent development. Infants with a history of colic scored significantly lower on the Mental and Psychomotor scales of the Bayley Scales of Infant Development at age 6 months but there was no significant effect of colic on test performance at later ages. The data suggest that this temporary delay(More)
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