Policy for Children's Health
Chemicals can enter our bodies through the food and water we consume, the air we breathe, and the household products we use. Emerging science shows that the timing of exposure to toxic chemicals is critical in determining the resulting health impacts and that children are more vulnerable to the effects of these chemicals. Many programs and policies, both nationally and locally, are being established to protect children.
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