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Ontario court backs the bees! Activists win fight to ban harmful, bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides

4/29/2016 - In the winter of 2014, Canada's province of Ontario suffered an exponential loss of honeybees. An estimated 58 percent of the honeybee population vanished that year, frightening beekeepers. So many facets of a diverse agriculture system and healthy ecosystem depend on the bees' ability to stay healthy...

Bed bugs now developing super resistance to pesticides, resulting in SUPER BED BUGS that just won't die

4/22/2016 - Overuse of pesticides as a measure to control bed bugs is causing the insects to rapidly evolve resistance to the chemicals used against them. Remarkably, the animals are evolving both chemical and physical methods of resistance, recent studies have shown. Bed bugs are tiny, blood-sucking insects...

Study indicates that even one week of organic consumption vs. conventional foods leads to a 90 percent reduction in pesticide poisoning

4/18/2016 - Recent research has shown that eating organic foods for as little as one week can dramatically reduce the amount of pesticides found in the body. The study found that adults who ate only organic foods for seven days showed an 89 percent drop in urinary biomarkers that indicate the presence of organophosphate...

A world in crisis: 57 different pesticides found in honeybee populations around the globe

4/14/2016 - Yet another study has come out linking pesticide use to the severely diminishing honeybee population; researchers found that 57 pesticides were present in the European honeybees that they studied. This finding is cause for concern, as it suggests that the harmful chemicals play a significant role in...

Terminix pesticide company fined 10 million for spraying illegal toxic chemicals in U.S. Virgin Island homes

4/12/2016 - A Delaware family vacationing in the U.S. Virgin Islands in 2015 didn't return home with the usual memories typically associated with having an enjoyable time. Instead, they learned that they were a victim of illegal pesticide exposure after staying in a St. John resort room – for eight days –...

Total secrecy of pesticide studies allows chemical companies to commit mass 'agri-murder' with no scientific scrutiny allowed

4/11/2016 - It is becoming increasingly obvious that cronyism and big money are buying influence among lawmakers on several continents when it comes to scientifically vetting many of the chemicals being used in the world's food supply. That is certainly the case in the United States, where biotech-giants like Monsanto...

Pesticides continue to contaminate US streams, USGS report says

3/22/2016 - A new report compiled by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) concludes that different types of pesticides are showing up in America's streams and rivers, threatening our planet's innate aquatic life. New research indicates that, while the presence of some chemicals in streams and rivers has decreased...

Pesticides found to cause trans-generational mental disorders and obesity ... Harmful traits are inherited for THREE generations

3/17/2016 - From an early age, we are inundated with the helpless belief that our genes are set in stone – a fixed code – a destiny that we cannot control. The study of epigenetics debunks this mythical mindset, revealing how external factors change our gene expression throughout our lifetime. The...

Pesticide manufacturers, EPA don't have to list most hazardous ingredients on pesticide labels, judge decides

3/11/2016 - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has repeatedly denied a petition filed by environmental groups asking for better pesticide labeling. In March, Beyond Pesticides, the Center for Environmental Health, Physicians for Social Responsibility and other advocacy groups sued the EPA for failing...

Pesticides and herbicides like glyphosate now strongly linked to Parkinson's disease and other neurological disorders

3/8/2016 - The genes of the human race have never been under such intense pressure from their surrounding environment. Pesticide and herbicide chemicals that confuse, distort and destroy the natural chemistry of life and microbiology, are being sprayed directly on the foods that people eat. The ill effects are...

89 Million pounds of carcinogenic herbicide-laced fertilizer used across the U.S. on lawns, playgrounds and more

3/7/2016 - In a new white paper entitled Human Health and Pesticides: Glyphosate and 2,4-D, the Midwest Pesticide Action Center warns of a ubiquitous source of exposure to toxic chemicals: so-called "Weed and Feed" mixes, or combinations of herbicides and fertilizers that are spread across everything from lawns...

EPA directly responsible for mass bee die-offs: scientific coverup of neonicotinoids continues

3/2/2016 - It's said to be the most widely used class of pesticides in the world. But the scientific community has reached an overwhelming consensus that neonicotinoids are killing bees by the untold millions, and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is doing absolutely nothing to protect these important...

Top German supermarket bans neonicotinoid pesticides linked to mass honeybee deaths

2/16/2016 - German supermarket chain Aldi, has become the first major European retailer to ban pesticides that are toxic to bees, including neonicotinoids such as imidacloprid, clothianidin and thiamethoxam. All suppliers of produce sold in Aldi stores across Europe and the U.S. are now required not to use those...

Man patents natural, non-toxic pesticide that could make many agricultural chemicals obsolete

2/9/2016 - Back in 2006, one of the world's foremost mycologists secured a patent that, once fully developed, could shatter the power of the pesticide industry. This would be a major setback not just for manufacturers of chemical poisons like Dow, but also for companies like Monsanto that genetically modify crops...

Working with pesticides raises women's risk of diabetes

1/28/2016 - It's no secret that certain factors such as mass body index (BMI), race and family history are among the main contributors associated with diabetes development. While such risk factors still play a role, a new study has found that there's likely another reason behind onset of the disease, one that specifically...

Science backlash after EPA to add totally inert argon to list of banned pesticide ingredients

1/27/2016 - The scientific community is in an uproar after it was learned that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is planning to ban an inert gas, one that occurs naturally in the air we breathe, from being used in pesticide formulas. According to the agency, the natural element argon is considered...

EPA study shows neonicotinoid pesticides really are killing off honeybees

1/22/2016 - As if we need another reason to be very concerned about the harms of pesticides, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has come out with its first scientific risk assessment study[PDF] which explains just how detrimental they may be. The agency studied neonicotinoids – a specific...

Chronic pesticide exposure causing lung damage in children, equivalent to health effects of second-hand cigarette smoke, study finds

12/11/2015 - Persistent pesticide exposure in children causes damage comparable to that of second-hand cigarette smoke, according to a new study out of California. Researchers from UC Berkley observed "significantly lower exhalation rates" in children whose bodies contained elevated levels of breakdown products...

Latino children 320 percent more prone to pesticide exposure while at school, causing learning disabilities and cancer

12/9/2015 - Two summers ago we learned that nearly 500 elementary schools in the U.S. are located within 200 feet of farmlands heavily sprayed with toxic agrochemicals, directly impacting the health of attending students. Already facing adversity due to their socioeconomic status, children in lower income regions...

Environmental Working Group releases 2015 Clean Fifteen and Dirty Dozen produce lists for safe eating

11/24/2015 - The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has officially released its 2015 Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce, giving people all across the country the opportunity to make smarter purchasing decisions when shopping for produce. The free report, which is issued annually, contains a list of the top...

Is conventional pesticide-sprayed produce making you infertile?

11/10/2015 - Produce high in pesticide residues may lower men's sperm count and quality, according to a study conducted by researchers from Harvard University and published in the journal Human Reproduction on March 31. Men who ate food highest in herbicide, insecticide and fungicide residue had half the sperm...

New Consumer Report guide breaks down the risks from eating 48 conventional fruit and veggies from 14 different countries

10/20/2015 - More than 85 percent of Americans are concerned about pesticide residue on their fruits and vegetables, according to a recent Consumer Reports survey of 1,050 people. However, many people are confused as to what to do about it, which is understandable, because if you aren't growing your own food yet,...

Total agrochemical domination: Nearly 100% of corn grown in America is doused with bee-killing neonicotinoid pesticides

9/23/2015 - Nearly all of the corn grown in the United States has been treated with a class of pesticides linked to the collapse of honeybees, other pollinators and perhaps entire ecosystems. This means that bees foraging anywhere near a cornfield are likely being exposed to toxins that have been shown to damage...

Pesticides in the home will raise your child's risk of getting cancer

9/23/2015 - Although it might not come as a big surprise to those who believe that natural methods are the only safe way to deal with pests, it's certainly worth noting that a link has been found between indoor pesticide use and the risk of children developing certain types of cancer. A recent report published...

Stop glyphosate poisoning: Urge your city officials to stop spraying cancer-causing Roundup

9/22/2015 - Despite the fact that the International Agency for Research on Cancer, a division of the World Health Organization, announced that glyphosate is "probably carcinogenic to humans," workers in many public spaces are still seen spraying lawns and gardens with it. Think about the many times you've seen...

California to put glyphosate and three other pesticides on cancer list, restricting their use to protect health

9/11/2015 11:54:51 AM - Those involved in the fight against Monsanto and companies like it can claim another victory as the state of California moves toward adding the chemical glyphosate to its list of restricted carcinogenic substances. Although it is still uncertain just how far-reaching the restrictions will be, it...

Monsanto wants to replace the bees they are killing with genetically engineered flying ants

8/31/2015 - Ecologists refer to bees and a few other select organisms as keystone species. This term is analogous to the keystone of an arch. Remove the wedge-shaped stone at the top, and the entire structure collapses. Bees are a keystone species because they are the world's primary pollinators and are therefore...

EU Food Safety Authority can't hide the names of 'experts' who change pesticide risk assessment rules, court decides

8/30/2015 - In what proponents are calling a "landmark" decision in favor of transparency in Europe, the EU Court confirmed in a recent ruling that protecting health and the environment is a higher priority than protecting the confidentiality of experts who have, at times, changed risk rules. As noted in a press...

Are you inhaling pesticides as you get high? Investigation finds excessive pesticide residue in marijuana products

8/6/2015 - Following their recent legalization of recreational marijuana use, a handful of U.S. states are turning their attention to the business of regulating marijuana agriculture. And those regulators have made some shocking discoveries: Dangerous pesticides are being used in excess of legal limits, and growers...

GMO corn increased pesticide use by 300%; agency claims exact opposite to protect biotech industry

7/14/2015 - The overall percentage of U.S. crop acreage exposed to chemical insecticides is significantly higher than regulatory authorities are claiming, warns a shocking new report released by the Center for Food Safety (CFS). Data compiled by scientists from Pennsylvania State University (PSU) reveals that nearly...

Monsanto's airborne pesticide drones coming soon: FAA approves unmanned, poison-spraying helicopters

6/25/2015 - The federal government has granted its approval for a new unmanned pesticide drone that reports indicate will soon start dumping chemical herbicides and other crop-related substances from the sky. The helicopters, designed by Yamaha Corp. U.S.A., have an empty weight of only 141 pounds, according...

Pesticide commonly used in U.S. homes triples risk of ADHD symptoms in boys

6/6/2015 - When Americans think of child predators, they think of creepy-looking strangers whisking their son or daughter away from the park playground. Americans rarely consider the real child predators hiding in sky rises behind glass walls, holding tight to chemistry degrees and six-figure salaries. Pharmaceutical...

Fungi pesticide offers non-toxic alternative to chemical pesticides

6/2/2015 - A patent for a pesticide made from mushrooms was granted in 2006. This pesticide is safe, nontoxic and can control over two-hundred thousand types of insects. Fungi are known to cause insect diseases and the use of spores from fungi has been known for over 100 years. Previous patents were granted as...

Jury fines DuPont Pioneer $500K for contaminating Kauai homes with toxic dust

5/19/2015 - Clandestine pesticide tests that have been taking place on the island of Kauai are finally being revealed and revoked in a federal court of law. DuPont Pioneer has been experimenting with genetic material and agricultural chemicals for more than 15 years in Kauai, exploiting the beautiful landscape...

80% of pesticides found in sediments exceed regulatory thresholds, international study finds

5/9/2015 - Freshwater sources worldwide are so heavily contaminated by pesticides that 80 percent of sediment tested at levels that exceed the maximums set by government regulators, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of Koblenz-Landau and published in the Proceedings of the National...

Maryland county considers banning harmful pesticides - with natural, non-toxic lawn care tips

4/29/2015 - The war on pesticides is an ongoing fight, where those concerned about their own health, as well as that of the environment, attempt to convey its problems to those who advocate using them. Most recently, this battle has become very apparent in Montgomery County, Maryland. There, many residents,...

Organic food has less pesticide content and is healthier than conventional, more science proves

3/13/2015 - Organophosphate pesticides (OPs) are among the most used pesticides in agriculture. They are basically neurotoxic, causing neurological issues, learning and developmental disorders and depression, and sometimes leading to suicide. Just to make sure everyone got their fair share of neurotoxic OPs,...

Hawaii House committee passes buffer zone bill to protect children from agricultural chemicals

3/6/2015 - According to the biotech industry's front group on the Hawaiian Islands, the Hawaii Crop Improvement Association (HCIA), "Hawaii has been the gateway for the future of worldwide agriculture through the efforts of our local seed industry. Virtually all of the products that our member companies sell spend...

Why conventional agriculture should be banned

2/26/2015 - When chemicals were first introduced in farming, everyone marveled at what they could do. Yields were dramatically increased. In the beginning, the soil was so healthy, any damage done by chemical fertilizers was imperceptible, and pests had yet to evolve resistance to the insecticides. Our technologies...

Drifting pesticides sicken 20 farmworkers in Washington

2/17/2015 - A cocktail of pesticides sickened 20 farmworkers in a cherry orchard in Washington last April, according to a newly released report by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The workers, 19 of whom were women, were the victims of off-target pesticide drift, an occurrence responsible...

Landmark study links pesticides to high depression rates

2/6/2015 - Globally, one person dies by suicide roughly every 40 seconds. Around the world, over one million people commit suicide each year -- an increase of 60 percent over the last four and a half decades. Incredibly, farmers have one of the highest rates of self-inflicted death. Newsweek reports that suicide...

EPA approves continued heavy spraying of neurotoxic pesticide that causes brain damage in children

1/30/2015 - The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has released an assessment detailing the health and environmental risks associated with the pesticide chlorpyrifos, a chemical developed by Dow AgroSciences in 1965 that's widely sprayed on a variety of crops. The EPA's report, released on December 31,...

Vitamin B may protect fertility from pesticide contamination

1/20/2015 - The Monsanto Company is responsible for redefining farming, making mainstream agriculture dependent on chemicals -- toxins that sterilize the human population. As food is subjected to chemical warfare all across the planet, militaries are busy searching for terrorists in the mountains. Why can't we...

USDA refuses to test foods for glyphosate contamination, says pesticides are safe to eat

1/9/2015 - The American food supply is teeming with deadly pesticides. But the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), headed by former Monsanto lawyer Tom Vilsack, says people shouldn't worry because pesticides are completely safe to eat! The latest pesticide data released by the USDA's Agricultural Marketing...

Why Rockefellers aim at destroying farmers worldwide

12/28/2014 - (Story by William Engdahl, republished from Journal-NEO.org) For the better part of the past century, Western pop culture has systematically denigrated and devalued what should be the most honored profession of all. Those who labor with the land, day-in and day-out, to deliver the food that we eat have...

What parents need to know about Monsanto: "By 2025 one in two children will be autistic"

12/24/2014 - (Story by Arjun Walia, republished from Collective-Evolution.com, with additional editing by Natural News.) "Children today are sicker than they were a generation ago. From childhood cancers to autism, birth defects and asthma, a wide range of childhood diseases and disorders are on the rise. Our assessment...

Dow sells twice as much cancer-causing 1,3-D, despite the pesticide being technically illegal

12/4/2014 - A chemical pesticide that was outlawed nearly 25 years ago is once again being used in California by conventional strawberry farmers, according to information obtained by The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR).[1] This is despite copious evidence that the noxious substance is killing...

EPA gives more credibility to industry-funded studies than peer-reviewed science when approving pesticide use

11/9/2014 - A memo from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) highlights the way that this agency gives more weight to poorly conducted, industry-funded studies than to the overwhelming body of evidence showing that pesticides are harmful. The memo concerns an insecticide named chlorpyrifos (trade name Lorsban),...

Fourth largest lake now dried up and gone, leaving behind toxic legacy of pesticide runoff: Is Lake Mead next?

11/5/2014 - For the first time in 600 years, the eastern portion of the Aral Sea has dried up. The Asian freshwater lake once teamed with fish and wildlife, ships and sailboats, but now it is choked dry, drained of every last drop, the bottom showing, flaking off with pesticide residue that now kicks up as dust...

California proposes new restriction on widely used pesticide to protect health and environment

10/19/2014 - Pesticide manufacturers reached an agreement with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to stop the sale of chlorpyrifos, a powerful toxicant used as an insecticide in homes, lawns and gardens more than 14 years ago, due to associated health risks, according to a written report by Beyond Pesticides...

Pesticide exposure can cause disease across four generations

9/2/2014 - A single person's exposure to pesticides may affect not just the person exposed but also three or more generations of their descendents, according to a study conducted by researchers from Washington State University and published in the journal PLOS ONE. The study looked at the effects of exposure...

Federal judge overturns Kauai County's GMO and pesticide regulations

8/30/2014 - Last Nov., Kauai County, which consists of three Hawaiian islands, passed Kauai County Ordinance 960, which required large-scale agricultural operations to disclose the presence of pesticides and genetically modified (GM) crops, as reported by Hawaii's KHON 2 News. Despite Mayor Bernard Carvalho...

Glyphosate - The silent danger causing lead poisoning in pregnant women

8/29/2014 - The fight taking place doesn't always involve guns on the battlefield. Sometimes the battlefield is something quiet and innocent like a field of crops. The gun is sometimes the chemical pesticides and herbicides soaking into the plants, loading up in the soil. The pesticides and herbacides fire back...

Pesticide exposure puts students at 500 elementary schools across America at risk of cancer, neurological, reproductive and immune problems

8/23/2014 - Dow AgroSciences is getting closer to releasing their "Enlist Weed Control System," a new package that includes two "old" chemicals, glyphosate and 2,4-D, along with seeds genetically engineered to withstand the combination. The package will provide "robust" tolerance for glyphosate-resistant crops,...

New, all-natural pesticide unveiled by scientists - and it won't kill the bees!

8/14/2014 - Good news on the honeybee front -- a team of scientists in the UK have created a biopesticide made from spider venom and plant protein that may provide hope for the endangered pollinators. A study published in the research journal Proceedings of the Royal Society B [PDF] states that the experimental,...

Fluoride, bleach and pesticide - three common chemicals in conventional food

7/22/2014 - Oh, the power of food to heal you, to prevent cancer and to make you feel wonderful, full of life and positive energy. It's amazing, and millions of people know. Then, there are the others. Some have been conned and some don't care too much about their health -- not in the short term or the long run....

New study links autism to pesticide exposure during pregnancy

7/14/2014 - Researchers at the University of California in Davis have recently confirmed that pregnant mothers living in proximity to fields treated with pesticides are at a higher risk for having children with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The study examined three different varieties of widely-used insecticides:...

Failure of the EPA marked by honey bee decline

7/7/2014 - There have been suspicions about pesticides causing colony collapse disorder (CCD) where suddenly many bees die or disappear from their hives and never return. In particular, many scientists have been suspecting a class of pesticides known as neonicotinoids. After several large scale bee keeper and...

Breaking - Spokane City Council rebels against bee-killing pesticide and votes to ban neonicotinoids

6/29/2014 - Another positive step in protecting bees has been taken, this time by the Spokane City Council. It will now be illegal for the City of Spokane to purchase or use neonicotinoid insecticides, such as RoundUp Ready. Following the example of Eugene, Oregon, the city is the second in the nation to ban the...

Agricultural chemical companies transform Kaua'i from paradise to toxic nightmare

6/21/2014 - The colors of nature really stand out in the paradise of Kaua'i, Hawai'i. Sandy beaches embrace the waves of crystal blue water rushing ashore. The ocean waves nip peacefully at the base of the luscious, volcanic mountains, kissing the landscape in a fusion of awe and inspiration. But just beyond...

Truvia sweetener a powerful pesticide; scientists shocked as fruit flies die in less than a week from eating GMO-derived erythritol

6/5/2014 - Truvia sweetener is made from about 99.5% erythritol (a sugar alcohol), and 0.5% rebiana, an extract from the stevia plant (but not at all the same thing as stevia). A shocking new study published in the journal PLOS ONE (1) has found that Truvia, an alternative sweetener manufactured by food giant...

Sickness cluster in Washington state tied to pesticide use

5/22/2014 - Agricultural workers, utility crew employees and residents in Washington have been exposed to pesticide applications via numerous "drift events," reported the Yakima Herald-Republic. Roughly 60 people in the region have fallen ill, many reporting difficulty breathing, skin rashes, nausea, vomiting...

New study: Eating an organic diet for only one week can reduce pesticide levels by 90%

5/19/2014 - A new study due to be published in the July 2014 edition of the Journal of Environmental Research has found that eating an organic diet for just one week can reduce pesticide levels in adults by almost 90%. The study reaffirms the findings of a 2006 study on children which found that organic diets greatly...

EWG unveils 2014 shopper's guide to avoid pesticides in produce

5/18/2014 - It doesn't take a degree in nutrition to understand that eating fresh fruits and vegetables is an important part of a healthy lifestyle. But not all produce is created equal, and a significant portion of what is sold in grocery stores today as conventional produce has previously been treated with harsh...

Common pesticide combines with Roundup to create even deadlier substance: study

5/15/2014 - Perhaps the only thing more pervasively toxic than crop chemicals, like glyphosate (Roundup) and atrazine, is these poisons combined with one another. A new study published in the journal Chemosphere has revealed that the amalgamated toxicity of certain pesticides and herbicides increases substantially...

French fried pesticide and the upcoming GMO potato

5/10/2014 - Health enthusiasts all talk about the dangers of consuming genetically modified corn, soy, canola, cottonseed oil and sugar beets (MSG), but what about GM potatoes? Surely fast food French fries aren't just cooked in genetically mutated, hydrogenated oils but come from potatoes that are bred to resist...

Pesticides are heavily used near thousands of California schools

5/8/2014 - The adverse health effects associated with human exposure to pesticides have been well known for decades. Author Rachel Carson helped create public awareness in the early 1960s through her book entitled Silent Spring. In it, she documented the detrimental effects pesticides have on both the environment...

Eating organic foods reduces pesticide exposure by nearly 90% after just one week

5/6/2014 - Just one week on a diet composed mostly (but not entirely) of organic foods can reduce adults' exposure to pesticides by an astonishing 90 percent, according to a study conducted by researchers from RMIT University in Australia and published in the journal Environmental Research on April 29. Lead...

Neonicotinoid pesticides harm honeybees while failing to improve crop yields

4/27/2014 - The immune systems of honeybees are being compromised. Bees are being slaughtered in droves. Piles of these pollinators are gathered by the handfuls at farms across the Western Hemisphere. This isn't a small-scale problem that the bee populations can easily adapt to and overcome. This has been a growing...

Make pesticide companies release bee death studies or ban their products, Health Canada told

4/9/2014 - The natural ecosystem on Earth is being chemically engineered as pesticides pour into the environment, year after year. As crops soak up the pesticides into their roots, stems, flowers and pollen, wildlife is put at risk. Tiny and slight, insects are directly impacted by these chemicals as they pollinate....

French government threatens organic winemaker with jail for refusing to use pesticide

3/29/2014 - A French farmer, attempting to maintain his biodynamically grown vineyard, is facing six months of jail time after he violated a court order last month forcing him to use pesticides on his organic farm. Emmanuel Giboulot owns and operates an organic vineyard in eastern France where he produces organic...

Scientists link pesticide exposure to premature childbirth

3/27/2014 - A study done by French scientists, published in a high-impact journal (American Journal of Epidemiology) conclusively reports that chlordecone (kepone), a heavily chlorinated pesticide, is responsible for decreased gestation periods and increased risk of premature birth by 60 percent. How can chlordecone...

Produce in India's capital declared unsafe for human consumption due to pesticide residue

3/11/2014 - A suo moto probe has been issued in India, as dangerous levels of pesticides continue to show up in produce served in India's open markets. Suo moto probes are often issued by courts when the subject matter is dire and of public interest. Upon the revelation of new findings in early March 2014, the...

EFSA pesticide panel infiltrated by industry insiders, according to new report

3/2/2014 - A report by Pesticide Action Network (PAN) Europe reveals how the pesticide industry has infiltrated global environmental regulatory bodies and sabotaged efforts to research the chemicals' toxic effects. The report focuses on the pesticide panel of the European Food Safety Agency (EFSA) and its failure...

Pesticide formulations up to 1000 times more toxic than active ingredients tested for safety

2/11/2014 - The same university academic whose controversial research exposed the cancer-causing effects of genetically modified (GM) Bt corn and the Monsanto crop herbicide Roundup (glyphosate) has made another groundbreaking discovery, this time with regard to the understated toxicity of pesticides in general. Professor...

Exposure to DDT linked to increased risk of Alzheimer's disease in elderly adults

2/3/2014 - Even after being banned more than 40 years ago, the pesticide DDT continues to affect the lives of people today, beckoning infertility and other deeply concerning health conditions. Researchers are now finding out how the pesticide affects the nervous system. In 1972, when the US banned DDT from commercial...

Biotech industry goes to court to fight Hawaii's GMO and pesticide restriction bill

1/25/2014 - Anti-GMO activists and Kauai County council members in Hawaii had to dig in as Kauai mayor Bernard Carvalho made a plea to not override his veto of Bill 2491. That's a bill that would monitor and restrict GMO planting and pesticide use in that county. The council got the necessary votes to overturn...

Chemical companies now adding untested nanoparticles to pesticide formulas

1/13/2014 - Industrial agriculture is undergoing yet another major transformation that will amass even more corporate control over the food supply, this time with regard to the composition of chemical pesticides. Untested nanoparticles, according to new research, are now turning up in pesticide formulas being developed...

How much pesticide does the average American consume in a day?

1/9/2014 - There is a cumulative effect from eating bug and weed killer daily. No human being on the planet can deny that, if you swallow a little bit of poison every day, your body will break down and "die." So how much weed killer (RoundUp herbicide) and bug killer (Bt corn) makes you a "dying pest"? If I name...

Bio-spraying Americans: The hidden dangers of 'mosquito' trucks, chemtrails and RoundUp Ready pesticide food

12/19/2013 - Will the mosquito truck cruise through your neighborhood next summer with swine flu "bio-spray" that actually contains bacteria and viruses only preventable with the Big Pharma antidote that costs a fortune and is reserved for elitists? Are hospitals saving money by paying companies to dump their medical...

Argentinians protest Monsanto as pesticide usage increases rates of birth defects, cancer

11/14/2013 - Ever since the biotechnology industry first made inroads into South America back in the 1990s, rates of birth defects, cancer and other illnesses have steadily increased, a direct result of pesticides and herbicides being sprayed near residential areas. And one group of mothers from Argentina, known...

More proof: Pesticides are killing honeybees

8/29/2013 - Three more agricultural pesticides have been added to the growing list of known chemical poisons killing honeybees, thanks to a new study published in the journal Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. Researchers associated with the non-profit group Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry...

Pesticide, fluoride and bleach: The top 3 nutrition killers in food

8/23/2013 - Thousands of people who "eat right" still aren't experiencing ideal health, but why? Do they really eat right, or do they just think they eat right? Maybe a few things they're eating drain all the nutrients from their body, basically "burning up" the vitamins and minerals that they thought their bodies...

Failure of GMO crop technologies leads to huge increase in herbicide, pesticide use

8/19/2013 - Since the time when genetically-modified organisms (GMOs) were first introduced into the American food supply back in 1996, there has been a dramatic increase in pesticide use rather than the decrease we were all promised by the biotechnology industry as a supposed benefit of GMO technology. A new research...

Pesticide opposition group calls for government to ban bee-killing pesticides

7/2/2013 - Neonicotinoid pesticides, including the likes of imidacloprid, clothianidin, thiamethoxam, dinetofuran and acetamiprid, are coming under heavy scrutiny. Their horrendous, environment-ravishing, bee-killing properties are responsible for entire bee colony collapses. As these poisons are sprayed into...

Pesticide exposure causes Parkinson's disease: Study

7/2/2013 - Fresh research on the neurological condition known as Parkinson's disease has affirmed what a number of prominent scientists have been saying for several years now: Mainly that pesticide exposure is a direct cause of this widespread degenerative health condition. And while there are admittedly many...

Washington rejects restriction on honeybee-killing garden pesticide despite evidence of its deadliness

6/25/2013 - Faceless, nameless bureaucrats in Washington, D.C., are once again demonstrating their ignorance of an issue by refusing to take a necessary action that literally could have an impact on the health and well-being of millions of Americans. Officials at the Department of Agriculture are refusing to...

Down with GMOs

6/15/2013 - Recently, In one of Hawaii's only newspapers that is for the people and free, The Honolulu Weekly, an article written by Tiffany Hervey put the GMO issue in an incredible, proper perspective. The problem is that before any change can take place, we have to somehow negate the efforts of Monsanto's "hooker"...

Ninety percent of U.S. tobacco is GMO; hey smokers, you're smoking pesticide!

6/10/2013 - Smoke herbicide and pesticide all day and what do you get? You get a recurring hangover that seemingly needs a new blast of nicotine to quell or "dissipate," but in actuality, the only thing the nicotine does is stave off the headache, the nervousness, the anxiety, the "chemical hangover," and after...

Systemic pesticides are penetrating deep into plants tissues, destroying beetles, trees, bees, and human hormones

5/17/2013 - Over the last 30 years, the use of pesticides has spiked around the world. People now pour 2.5 million tons of these chemicals into the environment annually, contributing to a $35 billion industry run by global corporations. To make matters worse, the more people use pesticides, the more ineffective...

Oranges and lemons are being treated with chemical fungicides and pesticides that cause cancer and thyroid problems

5/15/2013 - Pesticides and fungicides are sprayed onto orange and lemon shipments to so that they don't rot during long shipping and storage periods. The citrus exposed to these pesticides are marked on the boxes with a message something like this: "Treated to maintain freshness in transit with one or more of...

Frankenapple: Bad News No Matter How You Slice It

4/23/2013 - Thanks to the biotech industry's relentless quest to control our food, McDonald's, Burger King and even school cafeterias will soon be able to serve up apples that won't turn brown when they're sliced or bitten into. A new, almost entirely untested genetic modification technology, called RNA http://theconversation.com...

Food supply threatened by pesticides that kill bees: Honey and almonds are at risk

4/8/2013 - Two studies have found that the pesticide neonicotinoid, used since 1990, is contributing to killing the honeybees needed for pollination of our food crops. Our food supply is reliant on bees to pollinate the crops. They contribute to $15 billion worth of our food supply. In fact, it's estimated that...

Top ten ways humanity is being murdered in the name of 'evidence-based science' (#6 Synthetic pesticides)

4/4/2013 - Pesticide chemicals are usually derived from petroleum, and some of them are based on fluoride. Pesticides are, of course, sprayed on crops to kill insects. But an overwhelming mountain of scientific research shows that pesticides remain intact on foods, and when they're consumed by humans they cause...

Neonicotinoid pesticides continue to cause the decline of bee population in the U.S

2/13/2013 - In the most recent news about neonicotinoid pesticides, it was reported that European countries have already decided to ban the continuous use of the pesticides because of the presented scientific evidences showing that they continue to endanger bees. Corporate farms in the U.S.; however, continue to...

Low-level pesticide exposure damages cognitive ability

12/12/2012 - Even low-level exposure to a widely used group of pesticides can produce long-term damage to cognitive abilities, according to a study conducted by researchers from University College London and the Open University and published in the journal Critical Reviews in Toxicology. The researchers conducted...

Organic Consumers Association calls out Dr. Oz for 'flip-flopping' with high-profile attacks on organics

12/6/2012 - A few days ago, I sounded the alarm on Dr. Oz and his attack on organic consumers. In my article published here on Natural News, I called Dr. Oz a "sellout" for his labeling of organic consumers as "elitist" and "snobs" while lying by omission in his TIME Magazine article that failed to disclose the...

The plot against organics: Dr. Oz part of an organized, well-funded P.R. propaganda campaign to destroy the organic industry (opinion)

12/2/2012 - Dr. Oz's recent attack on organics has left a large number of people shocked at his betrayal of the organic consumer community. Yesterday, his Facebook page was being absolutely inundated with posts from people calling him a "betrayer" and asking why he would attack organics and start promoting feedlot...

Recalibration: Why Dr. Oz is such a positive force for empowering health-conscious people

12/1/2012 - I have updated the story that originally appeared here with this account after having met Dr. Oz face to face and appeared on his show as a guest for a heavy metals research segment. This experience drastically altered my opinion of Dr. Oz, and in my view he has become more and more of an "activist"...

American Academy of Pediatrics says pesticides aren't bad for babies - Eat more!

11/14/2012 - For the very first time, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has come forward with an official position on organic foods and their role in childhood health and development. But rather than encourage parents to avoid buying pesticide-laden conventional foods, the group, which openly admits that...

Overwhelming evidence shows pesticides are destroying bees

10/25/2012 - As reported recently by the U.K.'s Guardian, a new study published in the journal Nature is the latest in a long line of recent studies to show that common crop chemicals are destroying bee populations worldwide, which will also eventually destroy much of the world's food supply if left unaddressed....

Natural News announces lifetime boycott of chemical pesticide companies opposing GMO labeling (Prop 37)

10/25/2012 - What do Monsanto, BASF, Bayer, Dow, DuPont and Syngenta all have in common? They are all manufacturers of poison who are funneling millions of dollars into the campaign to try to defeat Proposition 37 in California (the GMO labeling bill). In doing this, these six pesticide companies have cemented their...

Six largest pesticide corporations funding effort to try to defeat GMO labeling Proposition 37

10/22/2012 - In what should probably surprise no one who has been following the Proposition 37 issue, a California proposal that would require the ingredients in all GM foods to be labeled, the so-called "Big 6" pesticide corporations have become the movement's main opponents. Filings released this week by the...

Side effects of GMOs - Ask your doctor if CANCER is right for you

10/16/2012 4:42:15 PM - If I sprayed your salad with some "RAID" roach killer right now, just a little bit right on the lettuce and maybe a little more on the tomatoes, would you still eat it all, and just assume your body will simply filter out those "small amounts" of toxins? Better yet, what if I paid for it, a nice big,...

What is A.O.F.D, Agent Orange Food Disorder, and how many Americans have it right now?

10/13/2012 - "Chronic care management" means someone has a disorder or a disease and the doctors and hospitals aren't really helping to cure it, they just treat the symptoms with pharmaceuticals and wait for it to get worse. U.S. chronic care management is a well-planned out healthcare system based on the sobering...

Governments fail to act on pesticide threat to honeybee pollinators

9/30/2012 - A noted environmental writer for a top British newspaper is questioning why governments aren't doing more to protect honeybee pollinators from a pesticide that is dramatically thinning the numbers of queen bees in many hives. Damian Carrington, of The Guardian, has written recently that a growing...

Monsanto, pesticide companies have now spent more than $19 million to kill Prop. 37

9/21/2012 - The latest campaign finance disclosure records released by California's Secretary of State reveal that the most evil corporation in the world, Monsanto, has forked over another $2.89 million to kill Proposition 37, the historic bill that, if passed, will require genetically-modified (GM) foods and food...

Nearly all conventional food crops grown with fluoride-laced water, then sprayed with more fluoride

9/10/2012 - The average American today is exposed to a whole lot more fluoride than he or she is probably aware. Conventional produce, it turns out, is one of the most prevalent sources of fluoride exposure besides fluoridated water, as conventional crops are not only irrigated with fluoride-laced water in many...

How to reduce your exposure to common pesticides

9/7/2012 - Pesticides is the overall tag for insecticides and herbicides, among others. The suffix cide means to kill, as in homicide involves murdering humans. We do need pesticides for various protections against infestation in the garden, home, and our pets. The problem is that most commercial pesticides...

Do you buy organic food? New York Times writer calls you a delusional cult member suckered into a 'fable'

9/6/2012 - The assault on the organic industry is in full swing today, and it's an attack not merely on the industry itself but an attack on your sanity. If you "believe" in organic foods and non-GMOs, you are about to be labeled a delusional conspiracy theorist. How do I know that? Because the lying mainstream...

The top 12 fresh produce items with the most chemical pesticides

8/25/2012 - With all of the different pesticides used to grow fruits and vegetables today you may wonder if it's safe to eat any non-organic produce at all. The answer is yes, you should still be eating five servings of fruits and vegetables every day, whether they are all organic or not. Of course organic produce...

How to minimize exposure to aerial and ground spraying of pesticides

8/24/2012 - Despite serious questions about safety and effectiveness, Dallas and other municipalities around the country are blanketing their cities and their citizens with pesticides. Pets, gardens, lawns, livestock . . . nothing is safe and individual citizens are not able to opt out of the widespread spraying....

The corn, soy, and beets are on fire... let the GMOs burn!

8/6/2012 3:00:08 PM - It is EPIC IRONY that certain genetically modified vegetables, namely corn, soy and beets, are burning up in the summer heat and drought that is devastating the entire Midwestern United States. There is a certain serendipitous irony, like bad karma coming home to roost for the greedy corporations that...

Common crop pesticide is a public health threat causing diabetes

6/29/2012 - Diabetes is brought to you in part by Bayer AG - Germany. You know, the most powerful German corporate cartel in the first half of the 20th century - IG Farben (AKA Bayer) - and the single largest profiteer from World War II. This is the same IG Farben that was intimately involved with the human experimental...

History shows polio caused by pesticide exposure, then was eradicated by decline in DDT use

6/25/2012 - One of the most common arguments people often use to defend vaccinations alleges that vaccines are responsible for eradicating epidemic diseases of the past such as polio and smallpox. But a recent investigative review put together by Jeffry John Aufderheide over at VacTruth.com explains not only why...

Common pesticides double children's risk of ADHD

3/6/2012 - Many people think organic fruits and vegetables are too expensive to buy for family meals. But those who have a hyperactive child should think again. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 4.5 million children ages 5 to 17 in the US have been diagnosed with ADHD....

New scientific study links bee deaths to pesticides

1/18/2012 - A new study by Purdue University scientists seems to confirm what environmentalists have long suspected -- that the massive bee die-offs known as Colony Collapse Disorder are linked to pesticides. Specifically, researchers are pointing to a category of pesticide marketed by the German chemical company...

Was teen prodigy Arfa Karim Randhawa's tragic death caused by pesticides or vaccines?

1/16/2012 - Arfa Karim Randhawa, the 16 year-old girl deemed the world's youngest Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), passed away at Combined Military Hospital (CMH) on Saturday night.(http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=2012%5C01%5C15%5Cstory_15-1-2012_pg1_5) On December 22, she suffered cardiac...

Local residents sue DuPont for GMO pesticide 'dust' blowing on homes, children

12/21/2011 6:38:00 PM - For over ten years, Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc., an Iowa-based genetically-modified (GM) seed company owned by DuPont, has been carelessly allowing GM crop pesticide dust to blow onto homes, cars, streets, yards, and children living in residential areas of Kauai, Hawaii. This is according to...

How To Take Down A Giant Part 6 (Opinion)

11/29/2011 11:22:19 PM - As this movie's plot begins to unfold more and more, Hawaii's Attorney General appears to be pushing back into a corner more and more. I am confident that before long that corner will be so tight that they will have no where to go. So, I received a reply to my last letter. It was dated November 15th....

Give me the cash or I'll douse you in toxic poison! Man robs bank using pesticide sprayer as weapon

11/10/2011 - When a 30-something man from San Diego, Cal., recently decided to rob a local bank, he took with him an unusual, but highly-deadly, weapon. NBC San Diego reports that the robber entered a Pacific Western Bank in Rancho Santa Fe on Friday, Nov. 4, at around 3:30 pm -- and in addition to a gun and dust...

Scientific studies conclude GMO feed causes organ disruption in animals

10/5/2011 - A new paper reviewing data from 19 animal studies shows that consuming genetically modified (GM) corn or soybeans leads to significant organ disruptions in rats and mice, particularly in livers and kidneys (http://www.enveurope.com/content/23/1/10). "Other organs may be affected too, such as the heart...

Pesticide exposure in expectant mothers causes lower IQ in newborns

9/19/2011 - (NaturalNews)Three separate studies recently published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives indicate prenatal pesticide exposure to fetuses negatively impact a child's learning ability. Their IQs tend to be lower. The greater the umbilical cord pesticide blood levels, the lower the child's...

Guide to Pesticides in Produce - EWG releases new edition

7/29/2011 - Environmental Working Group (EWG), a nonprofit research organization based in Washington, DC, has released its latest edition of its Shopper's Guide to Pesticides in Produce. The guide helps supermarket shoppers make healthier choices by offering a quick reference to the "Dirty Dozen" list (the produce...

Interview with "Pesticide Sheriff" about deadly pesticides

7/25/2011 - Between the beans, bread and peanut butter sections in your local supermarket, there could be serious and life-threatening dangers lurking in the form of supposedly "harmless" household pesticides. The Health Ranger recently interviewed Dr. Mitch, the "Pesticide Sheriff" from AlwaysEco (www.AlwaysEco.com/products),...

How To Take Down A Giant (Opinion)

7/20/2011 9:27:54 PM - Before getting into the crux of this update, something first needs to be said. While I may be speaking about Hawaii, please understand that this not only applies to Hawaii but every place where YOU live. Hawaii is our aina (land) of which we are an integral part. It doesn't matter if we are white,...

Are you eating pesticides? Canola oil, soybean oil used as key ingredients in pesticide products

6/29/2011 - In a shocking new video, Mike Adams (the Health Ranger) reveals that common cooking oils such as canola oil and soybean oil are used as key active ingredients in pesticide products because they work so effectively to kill bugs. The video shows how one pesticide product that kills insects is made with...

The pesticide atrocity of Nicaragua: Nemagon survivors seek justice after being poisoned

6/12/2011 - Dow, BASF, Bayer, Syngenta, DuPont, and Monsanto form an agrichemical conglomerate that manufacture some of the most dangerous chemicals in the world. (http://www.panna.org/issues/pesticides-profit/chemical-cartel) Third world countries tend to be the most susceptible to the witches brew of chemicals....

Green gardening secrets: How to eliminate bugs and pests without using poison

5/4/2011 - As people are turning away from chemical ingredients in everything from cleaning products to beauty products, they are also turning to chemical-free foods by growing food in their own backyards. In order to keep your homegrown produce as free from harmful chemicals as possible while keeping crop-destroying...

Cancer-causing strawberry pesticide under review: Tell EPA to ban methyl iodide now!

4/22/2011 4:35:12 AM - Decadent and delicious, much-loved strawberries have a dark side. The recently approved strawberry pesticide methyl iodide has been called "one of the most toxic chemicals on earth" by Dr. John Froines, UCLA Professor of Environmental Health and Chair of California's independent scientific committee...

Three new studies reveal children are dumbed down by pesticide exposure in womb

4/22/2011 - Does it ever seem like the population is being "dumbed down"? Maybe that is literally happening -- even before birth. And at least one of the culprits appears to be organophosphate pesticides that are widely used on food crops throughout the U.S. The evidence for the intelligence robbing effect of...

Exposure to pesticides leads to poor semen quality, infertility

3/30/2011 - The organochloride pesticides used every day on many conventional food crops is responsible for lowering semen quality and causing infertility, according to a new study out of Spain. Clemente Aguilar from the Medical Research Laboratory of the University Hospital San Cecilio, Granada, and several colleagues...

Local and organic food, farming: Here's the gold standard

2/28/2011 - More and more consumers and corporations are touting the benefits of "local" foods, often described as "sustainable," "healthy," or "natural." According to the trade publication, Sustainable Food News, "local" as a marketing claim, has grown by 15 percent from 2009 to 2010, and it's likely that number...

The face of a poisoned man - the human cost of pesticides

2/16/2011 - Yannick Chenet, a French winegrower, died after contracting leukemia, becoming the first farmer to have his illness officially linked to the pesticides he used for years on his crops. He is among 40 or so farmers in France whose illnesses have now been officially linked to their profession and the pesticides...

New chemical pesticides now being used on fish farms

2/9/2011 - New pesticides are increasingly being introduced into Atlantic salmon farms, causing outrage among environmentalists and lobster fishers. Widespread use of pesticides has rendered sea lice -- which infest farmed salmon due to their cramped living conditions -- immune to the most popular varieties,...

Pesticides give rise to mutant bed bugs

1/22/2011 - Bedbugs are coming back with a vengeance, and a new study out of Ohio State University says that pesticides and insecticides are at least jointly responsible for spawning a new breed of mutant bedbugs that is genetically-resistant to the very chemicals commonly used to eradicate it.. Pesticide resistance...

Foods you should buy from organic sources

12/17/2010 - Organic foods have started taking root (no pun intended) in the minds of more and more consumers each year as people strive to live healthier lives. Not only do they taste a lot better (without the help of chemicals and flavour enhancers), but they also provide far more nutrients and benefits than...

Help reverse last-minute decision to use highly toxic pesticide on strawberries

12/10/2010 - In a shocking, last-minute decision by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR), the agency approved the use of methyl iodide, a highly-toxic carcinogen, as a pesticide for conventional strawberries. Ignoring the recommendations of both its scientific advisory panel as well as the comments...

Pesticide exposure causes attention problems in children

11/22/2010 - Children who are exposed to organophosphate pesticides in utero are significantly more likely to develop attention problems later in life, according to a study conducted by researchers from the University of California-Berkeley and published in the journal Environmental Health Perspectives. The researchers...

Tax Dollars Help Agribusiness-Chemical Coalition Lie about Pesticides

10/23/2010 - The California Department of Food and Agriculture has awarded $180,000 in federal funds to finance an agribusiness-chemical industry plan to "correct the misconception that some fresh produce items contain excessive amounts of pesticide residues". It appears that the funds will actually be used to attack...

Honeybee researcher who blames virus for CCD has financial ties to pesticide manufacturer

10/13/2010 - The New York Times recently published a story on a new report that claims to have discovered one of the primary causes of colony collapse disorder (CCD), a condition in which entire colonies of bees mysteriously die. But the report, which pins a fungus and virus combination as the culprit, was headed...

Chemical pesticides linked to ADHD in children

10/1/2010 - Exposure to pesticides may be one of the causes of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), according to a study conducted by researchers from Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York and published in the Journal of Pediatrics. "It's consistent with other studies that have looked at organophosphate...

Pesticides may be a leading cause of major diseases

8/24/2010 - Chronic illness is widespread in many industrialized nations like the U.S., and more studies than ever are linking this disease epidemic to pesticide exposure. According to a new database designed to catalog these studies, pesticides are linked to cancer, reproductive dysfunction, diabetes, autism,...

The American Cancer Society Runs With the Money and Away from the Cure, Part V

6/25/2010 - Previously in this series we looked at the cozy relationship between the American Cancer Society (ACS) and the chemical industry, including how that industry had been the source of both board members and major donations. A stark example of the influence chemical makers wielded with the ACS came in the...

New Study Finds Pesticides Double Risk of ADHD in Our Children

6/3/2010 - For years environmentalists and natural health advocates have been trying to point out that organophosphate pesticides (malathion, etc.) work by disrupting the neurological systems of insects, and therefore humans who consume them on foods are at risk of neurological problems. Now, after millions of...

EPA may soon require pesticide manufacturers to finally disclose secret toxic ingredients

3/5/2010 - After 11 years of secrecy, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has decided to reverse a prior decision that allowed pesticide manufacturers to conceal the inert ingredients from their product labels. Since many of these ingredients are toxic, the agency now believes that consumers should...

Bayer pesticide banned over threat to honeybees

2/22/2010 - A U.S. District Judge from Manhattan has banned the sale of spirotetramat, a pesticide produced by Bayer CropScience. Citing allegations by environmental groups and commercial beekeepers that the pesticide is toxic and is killing off the nation's honeybee population, Judge Denise Cote has declared that...

Pesticides are killing birds, bees, and bats by the millions

1/18/2010 - Estimates from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service indicate that millions of birds and fish die every year from pesticide exposure. Scientists are now discovering that even low level exposure is disrupting the animal kingdom and causing new diseases to develop, threatening many species with extinction. Roughly...

Innovative anti-insect netting protects crops without pesticides

1/15/2010 - When agricultural pesticides first came on the scene in the 1920s, farmers quickly adopted them as a working solution for eliminating pests that were destroying millions of dollars worth of crops. Resistance to pesticides quickly developed, requiring new formulas and additional applications that drenched...

Genetically Engineered Crops have Led to Massive Increases in Pesticide Use

12/3/2009 - According to a recent report compiled from U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) data, the growing of genetically engineered crops has led to a 383 million pound increase in U.S. pesticide use during the time period spanning from 1996 to 2008. The Organic Center (TOC), the Union for Concerned Scientists...

Pesticide exposure may make you want to kill yourself

12/1/2009 - (Natural News) China has a very high suicide rate. Forty-four percent of the world's suicides are committed in China. Suicide is also the fifth-leading cause of death in China. This caused the World Health Organization to raise some concern about the connection between organophosphate (OP) based pesticides...

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