Early Environmental Exposures to Hazardous Pollutants/Chemicals and their Associations with Chronic Disease – Policy Implications

Part 3 in this series summarizes the challenges that exist in evaluating scientific evidence of associations between chemical exposures and health outcomes, particularly for endocrine disrupting chemicals and related challenges to existing regulatory approaches.

Early Environmental Exposures to Hazardous Pollutants/Chemicals and their Associations with Chronic Disease – Focus on Endocrine Disruption and Obesogens

Part 2 in this series recaps the main findings of the study, summarizes the epigenetic/environmental basis of disease, notes implications of endocrine disruption science, and discusses obesity risk factors in the context of emerging science on chemicals suspected as obesogens and diabetogens

Early Environmental Exposures to Hazardous Pollutants/Chemicals and their Associations with Chronic Disease – Introduction to the Scoping Review

Part One of this series summarizes main findings, context, and trends within two cross-cutting themes: the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease and the Multiple Determinants of Health

Early Exposures to Hazardous Pollutants/Chemicals and Associations with Chronic Disease – A Scoping Review

Half-hour video briefing summarizing the scoping review. Download slide deck here or view briefing online.

Early Exposures to Hazardous Pollutants/Chemicals and Associations with Chronic Disease – A Scoping Review

Scoping review of evidence of associations between exposures to hazardous pollutants or chemicals in early life and later life chronic disease. Download full report or executive summary here.