Gene-environmental interaction Genetic modification effects of prenatal exposure to ETS on early childhood neurobehavioral development and atopic dermatitis.
APOE may modify the adverse effect of mercury on childhood neurobehavioral development.
Psychosocial Factors affect neurobehavioral development Work stress seemed to be an adverse effect on child's motor development and externalizing behavior.
Seroprevalence of toxoplasmosis and cytomegalovirus The seroprevalence of CMV among childbearing women is high in northern Taiwan. The immigrant mothers and the teenage mothers have higher seropositivity of CMV IgM.
Co exposure Interaction between the manganese and lead levels in the cord blood could aggravate the neurotoxic effect.
Prenatal PFAS exposure Prenatal PFAS exposure and adverse child health such as fetal and child growth, neurodevelopment, thyroid hormone disruption, atopic dermatitis.
Phthalate exposure and atopic disorders Early life phthalate exposure may increase the risk of allergic sensitization and atopic disorders.