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From: Early-life exposure to air pollution and greater use of academic support services in childhood: a population-based cohort study of urban children

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Proportion of children not using academic support services, stratified by high exposure to at least one BTEX pollutant. New York City Longitudinal Study of Early Development 1994–1998 birth cohorts. Predicted probability curves resulting from adjusted discrete hazard models of time to using academic support services. Covariates fixed at a married White, non-Latina mother, who was born in the US, completed high school, delivered the child at 25, had Medicaid at the time of delivery, who was living in a community with the mean neighborhood deprivation index and whose child had a childhood blood lead less than 3 micrograms/deciliter

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