New NLM Enviro-Health Links Page: Developing and Using Medicines for Children
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The National Library of Medicine® (NLM®), Division of Specialized Information Services (SIS) has released an Enviro-Health Links page on Developing and Using Medicines for Children.
In regards to medications, it is important to remember that children are not small adults. Developing and Using Medicines for Children provides links to resources that can help researchers, medical professionals and parents provide effective medicines and administer them safely. The links include information about pediatric drug development, clinical trials, and existing laws and regulations.
NLM also offers other Enviro-Health Links on topics, including:
- Children's Environmental Health
- Education, Careers, and Outreach in Toxicology and Environmental Health
- Indoor Air Pollution
- Keeping the Artist Safe: Hazards of Arts and Crafts Materials
- Lead and Human Health
- Mercury and Human Health
- Water Pollution
- Women's Health Resources
- NLM Enviro-Health Links
New NLM Enviro-Health Links Page: Developing and Using Medicines for Children. NLM Tech Bull. 2011 Sep-Oct;(382):e3.