The comprehensive AAP guide to the identification, prevention, and treatment of pediatric environmental health problems puts answers to parents' questions at your fingertips. Environmental hazards are among parents top health concerns for their children. Yet little time is spent training physicians and other caregivers to recognize, prevent, and treat ailments resulting from exposure to harmful substances and environments. Chapters address air pollution, mercury, waste sites, environmental tobacco smoke, DEET use and other pesticides, and dozens of additional topics. Please click here for a complete list of chapters, plus the "Preface" and "Introduction" sections.