Researchers from the Institute for Exposomic Research at Mount Sinai found that the growing incidence of a potentially cancer-causing liver disease in children is associated with prenatal exposure to several endocrine-disrupting chemicals
A new study will examine the relationship between the built environment, community spread, and the likelihood of transmission of COVID-19 within school settings
Researchers use a novel machine learning algorithm to discover that early exposure to a variety of toxic air pollutants can lead to poor asthma outcomes
Researchers from the Mount Sinai Institute for Exposomic Research are first to find ultrafine particles from traffic pollution influences asthma risk in U.S. children
Dr. Wright reviews evidence linking psychological stress to asthma expression in children. She highlights protective effects of nutrition and the early caregiving environment.
Dr. Petrick shares results from a groundbreaking study that showed differences in dry blood samples from healthy infants to infants that were later diagnosed with childhood leukemia.
Webinar by: Lauren Zajac, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Environmental Medicine and Public Health, Pediatrics, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai and Erin Thanik, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Environmental Medicine and Public Health, Pediatrics, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Webinar by: Maida P. Galvez, MD, MPH, Professor, Environmental Medicine and Public Health, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai.
Years-old dried blood spots collected from newborns hold vital clues in the discovery of early environmental exposure links to disease, new studies show.
Higher levels of exposure to phthalates in early pregnancy stages are associated with less masculine types of play.