Monthly Archives: October 2015

Promising new biomarker to retrospectively capture the early-life exposome

Prenatal and early childhood exposures are recognized as playing a significant role in later health outcomes. With key developmental windows during the prenatal period and the first couple years of life, there is increased interest in studying the early-life exposome. Investments in research are continuing to increase. In 2013, HELIX: The Human Early-Life Exposome was funded […]