Highlights

•    Air pollution, pesticides, and heavy metals were associated with adverse effects on Asia children.
•    Air pollution and pesticides showed more evidence on children’s growth during infancy or childhood and neurodevelopment.
•    Lead and manganese reported the impact on children’s neurodevelopment; arsenic or cadmium showed may influence fetal growth.

 

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