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Objective We conducted a study to evaluate the relation between environmental, demographic, and medical risk factors and late-onset childhood lead poisoning, defined as children who were poisoned at age 3 or older. Methods We performed a retrospective case–control study of 262 children whose...
Background We investigated whether the “healthy migrant” effect is applicable to an internally mobile U.S.-born population, that is, whether infants born to women that moved within the United States had better birth outcomes compared to those infants whose mothers did not move. Methods This...
Objectives : To determine the health and nutritional status of rural Chinese children ages 12–24 months. Methods: This study used a cross-sectional design with a longitudinal component. Anthropometry and blood chemistry were measured on each child twice (n = 250). Caretaker knowledge and...
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