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Toxins in Homes, Schools and Outdoor Environments
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Children are more susceptible to toxins in the environment than adults because children eat more food, drink more water, and breathe more air in proportion to their body size. In addition, many of their systems are still under development and certain behaviors may put them at a higher risk for exposure.

Browse the pages below for links to web resources with detailed information and solutions for your family.

See Also
family outside
Web resources related to children's health and the home.
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Environmental health issues where children spend much of their time: at school.
kids playing outdoors
A collection of links to web resources related to children's health and toxins in the environment.