GENERATION IN JEOPARDY: Report Links Pesticides To Diseases

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A new report points to pesticides as a contributing factor to childhood diseases and disorders.

The report is called a “Generation in Jeopardy”.

Researchers at the Pesticide Action Network compiled government and academic research from the past five years.  They say it shows a growing link between exposure to pesticides and childhood problems including diminished IQ, ADHD, autism, asthma and cancer.

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