The World Trade Center Medical Monitoring and Treatment Program is one of several services demonstrating our commitment to keeping our communities informed and safe from environmental factors that pose health risks.
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Maternal Type 2 Diabetes and Low Income Significantly Increase Risk for ADHD in Children
January 2, 2012 - Mount Sinai researchers have found that low socioeconomic status and gestational diabetes together increase the risk of ADHD in children 14-fold.
Phillip Landrigan, MD, MSc, Appointed Dean for Global Health at Mount Sinai School of Medicine
April 15, 2010 - Dr. Landrigan is an internationally recognized pediatrician, epidemiologist, and leader in public health and preventive medicine.
New York Academy of Medicine Awards Philip J. Landrigan, MD, 2009 Stephen Smith Medal for Lifetime Achievement in Public Health
November 18, 2009 - Director of the Children's Environmental Health Center at Mount Sinai and lead investigator for the National Children's Study, Dr. Landrigan helps shape environmental health policies worldwide.