The Children’s Environmental Health Network recently released a new article titled “Children’s Environmental Health: Homes of Influence” featured in the December 2016 issue of the Environmental Health Perspectives journal. The publication discusses the potential positive impact of “homes of influence” (i.e. individuals, organizations, government entities, coalitions and others that can affect opinion or behavior change in groups or individuals) on childhood asthma. The article aims to inform the stakeholders making up the “homes of influence” on how they can collectively achieve improved childhood health outcomes related to chronic diseases caused by environmental factors (e.g. asthma).
View and download the full article at this link.