The association between cumulative exposure to natural environments and early childhood development – is the relation mediated by reduction in harmful exposures?

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This session will present latest research findings from the Born to be Wise project. This project examines the effect of prenatal and early life exposure to natural environments on early childhood health and development. It includes mediation analyses to explore potential indirect health benefits of nature exposure through reduction of air pollution and noise.

Ingrid Jarvis
PhD Candidate, UBC Faculty of Forestry

Event Date Mar 26, 2021 12:30 to Mar 26, 2021 13:30
Posted by NCCEH Feb 18, 2021
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