"Air Pollution and Children"
Produced by Chris Perera for the Columbia Children's Center, 2002
File: Windows Media File
(29.0 MB, 640 x 480 2:50)
This video produced for the Columbia Children's Center describes the research on health effects of multiple common urban pollutants on children in New York City. The Center is looking at the effects of exposure of children to air pollution, pesticides, tobacco smoke, PCBs, allergens and other pollutants. The video explains that the study is designed to measure the effects of environmental contaminants on asthma, adverse birth outcomes, developmental problems, and childhood cancer.
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