Environmental Neurotoxins: Effects on Brain and Behavior

Date: December 20, 2013
Time: 74 minutes

PRESENTER:
Tina M. Trudel, PhD

SYNOPSIS:
Exposure to various types of neurotoxins is alarmingly common in both home and work environments, including solvents, organophosphates and heavy metals, among others. Symptoms, methods of assess- ment, interventions and prognosis will be reviewed along with global implications.

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KEYWORDS:
neurotoxin, chemical, inhalant, high school, student, poison, inhaled, inhalation, acute, chronic, cognitive, symptom, symptoms, exposure, child, children, father, mother, pregnant, pesticide, dioxin, occupation, occupational, solvent, metal