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Children are more vulnerable to environmental insults and injury compared to adults, and health disparities and other social determinants can influence exposure patterns. Early-life exposure to environmental chemical and pollutants can affect an individual’s health over the lifetime. In fact, children’s health is identified as a key area of focus in the field of environmental health. This collection presents a curated list of studies that highlight exposure pathways, related health effects, and impact of behavior interventions across a wide range of environmental chemicals.