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Global Research 07/19/2019 09:48
Recent tests commissioned by the Organic Center found the insecticide in nearly 60 percent of conventional milk samples tested.
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Malay Mail Online 07/19/2019 09:22
The case was believed to be due to the spraying of pesticides at a chilli farm near the school.
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Newsweek 07/19/2019 09:18
People can be exposed to the chemical through ingestion of food containing the insecticide, or less commonly, through inhalation of contaminated air or absorption through the skin, Fact Check reported.
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AgWeek 07/19/2019 09:07
This administration is putting children, workers and rural families across the country at continued risk for no good reason, and we will continue to press for a full federal ban of this dangerous chemical," Kristin Schafer, executive director of the advocacy group Pesticide Action Network, said in an email.
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EPA Won't Ban Chlorpyrifos Pesticide Linked To Children’s Health Problems.
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Genetic Literacy Project 07/19/2019 07:02
Results of the Treasure Valley study revealed that adding organic produce to an individual’s diet, as compared to conventional produce, significantly reduced exposure to pyrethroid insecticides – that is, insecticides that are neurotoxic to insects as well as humans in large enough doses.
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EPA defends pesticide linked to brain damage in children.
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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency is rejecting legal challenges by environmental groups seeking a ban of a pesticide linked to brain damage in children. The EPA’s defense Thursday comes in response to an environmental group’s federal court fight to force the agency to ban the pesticide chlorpyrifos (klor-PEER’-ih-fahs). Scientists say studies show chlorpyrifos […]
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The Hill 07/18/2019 17:44
PESTICIDE GETS THE GREEN LIGHT: The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will not halt a pesticide linked with brain damage from being sprayed on crops, the agency said Thursday in response to a lawsuit.
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Guardian (United Kingdom) 07/18/2019 17:29
The US government has rejected a proposed ban on a toxic pesticide linked to brain damage in children, dismissing a growing body of research on the health hazards of a widely used agricultural chemical.
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