Children’s Environmental Health in Michigan

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  • ...ted with negative behavioral and cognitive effects in children. Almost 19% of Michigan high school students smoke. An estimated 716,000 kids are exposed ...f death in the United States, taking an estimated 443,000 lives each year. Of these 443,000 deaths, 49,400 result from exposure to second-hand smoke (Mok
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  • ...e ''Alexipharmaca'' (II.74ff) of Nicander, notes some neurological effects of lead poisoning. The first law banning lead was enacted in Germany in 1696 t ...ty of $110-$319 billion, due to the intelligence and productivity benefits of lower blood lead levels (Grosse ''et al''. 2002).
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  • ...cence, and into adulthood. However, most lung growth occurs before the age of 18 - as a result, exposure to carcinogens (such as SHS) during these adoles ...ovides background information on the presence and potential health effects of second hand smoke and reviews existing Michigan policies related to environ
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