Regulations, Policies and Guidelines Addressing Environmetal Exposure in Early Learning Environments

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APA CITATION OF THE ARTICLE: Hudson, G., Miller, G. G., & Seikel, K. (2014). Regulations, Policies, and Guidelines Addressing Environmental Exposures in Early Learning Environments: A Review. Journal Of Environmental Health,76(7), 24-34. PERMALINK:http://lib.calhoun.edu:2048/login?url=http://lib.calhoun.edu:2056/login.aspx?direct=true&db=aph&AN=94412928&site=ehost-live DESCRIBE THE THESIS, HYPOTHESIS, OR BASIC PREMIS OF THE ARTICLE (PROVIDE A FULL PARAGRAPH): The article addresses the environmental factors involved in the health and development of children. The entry describes the early learning environments (ELE) like child care facilities or family care environments where children and infants spend at least forty hours a week. The text describes how children are affected by these and environments and how the facilities have the most basic environmental health protection requirements. There are no mandatory regulations on these facilities. DESCRIBE THE SUBJECTS OF THE RESEARCH (PROVIDE A FULL PARAGRAPH): The research is composed of subjects mostly containing science about the diets of children compared to adults. One fact that stood out to me in the primary subject of the article is that children consume primarily liquids like juice, water, and milk. However, adults have a more balanced diet between liquids and solid foods. The article states that the liquids are more prone to contaminates and that children are more prone to physiological reactions to these

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