Volume 15 Issue 3 (2023)
International Public Health Journal

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Editor-in-Chief: Joav Merrick (Director, National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, Israel)
ISSN: 1947-4989
Journal Frequency: Quarterly
Print Size: 8.5″ x 11″, Double Column

ISBN: N/A Categories: ,

Table of Contents

Special Issue: 17th Annual Break the Cycle of Children’s Environmental Health Disparities Program and Student Projects

Edited by: I Leslie Rubin, Abby Mutic, Victoria Green, Rebecca Philipsborn, Melissa Gittinger, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Henry Falk, Benjamin A Gitterman, and Joav Merrick

EDITORIAL

Break the Cycle of Climate Change for Vulnerable Children: 17th Annual Break the Cycle of Children’s Environmental Health Disparities Program and Student Projects
I Leslie Rubin, Abby Mutic, Victoria Green, Rebecca Philipsborn, Melissa Gittinger, Nathan Mutic, Wayne Garfinkel, Henry Falk, Benjamin A Gitterman, and Joav Merrick

REVIEW RESEARCH

Break the Cycle program outcomes: Perspectives from a mentor
Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson

Break the Cycle: Challenges and impacts in Latin American communities
Patricia M Valenzuela, M Rosario Moore, María Soledad Matus, María I Eugenin, Alejandra Nuñez-Palma, and Javiera Martínez-Gutiérrez

Factors influencing inequities in lead exposure in United States children: A systematic review
Michelle Del Rio and Jaqueline MacDonald Gibson
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ORIGINAL RESEARCH

Characterizing lead exposure in households that depend on private wells for drinking water
Alyson Alde, Frank Stillo, Abhishek Komandur, James Harrington, and Jacqueline MacDonald Gibson

The more you know: Insights from integrated pre-visit Surveys in a pediatric environmental health center
Shalini H Shah, Alan D Woolf, Kimberly Manning, Faye Holder-Niles, Bridget Tully, Shelby Flanagan, Matthew C Spence, and Marissa Hauptman

Increasing maternal education modifies the relationship between maternal disorders during pregnancy and later life positive child health among individuals born extremely preterm
Margaret Pinder and Rebecca C Fry

Factors that influence environmental health literacy from returning polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon exposure results
Kylie W Riley, Kimberly Burke, Anabel Cole, Maricela Ureno, Holly M Dixon, Lehyla Calero, Lisa M Bramer, Katrina M Waters, Kim A Anderson, Julie B Herbstman, and Diana Rohlman

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