Neurophysiology Research

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Mini Review - Neurophysiology Research (2023) Volume 5, Issue 2

Environmental Neurotoxicity: How Chemicals Affect Brain Development

Environmental neurotoxicity refers to the negative impact of environmental chemicals on brain development. Chemicals present in the environment, such as lead, mercury and pesticides, have been shown to affect brain development in foetuses, infants and young children. The developing brain is particularly vulnerable to the toxic effects of these chemicals, which can lead to a range of neurological and behavioural problems later in life.

Author(s): Yan Zhang

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