Current Research on Pediatrics

Researchers are revealed that elevated levels of a metabolite of the banned insecticide DDT in the blood of pregnant women are linked to increased risk for autism in the offspring. While DDT and PCBs were widely banned in many nations over 30 years ago, they persist in the food chain because their breakdown occurs very slowly, as long as several decades, resulting in continuing exposure to populations. These chemicals are transferred across the placenta in concentrations greater than those seen in the mother's blood leads to autism in new born babies. To know more about the pediatric research meet our eminent speakers at Pediatrics_Congress_2018 scheduled on November 21-22, Osaka, Japan. Visit:

Pediatrics Congress 2018

#Special_Discounts on #Group_Registrations. Submit your #Abstract#Present your #paper at #Pediatrics_Congress_2018#Conference#CME_Event#November 21-22, 2018 at #Osaka#Japan
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Young Scientist Award in Pediatrics Congress 2018

Young Scientist Award is open to those researchers involved in graduate education and research happenings that accentuate bearable progress. Win #Young_Scientist_Award by presenting your research work #Pediatrics_congress_2018#Conferences#CME events#November 21-22 #Osaka#Japan
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Poster Presentation

A poster is a method of presenting your research to an audience in a visual format. Win