The long-term biological effects of COVID-19 stress on kids’ future health and development
July 18, 2020
Dr. Michael Kobor will organize a PWIAS Roundtable on the Social Exposome in Child Health and Development. He co-authored an article describing how stressors arising from the COVID-19 pandemic may become biologically imprinted in children, leaving a lasting mark on child and adult health and well-being. For example, epigenetic changes associated with early life experiences can last into adulthood and may be linked to stress, inflammation and chronic heath conditions.
Read the full article in The Conversation.