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Environmental toxins and neurological disorders

Important reminder that the human health risks of pesticide exposure (with the much-discussed Glyphosate ironically occupying the lowest rung in the spectrum of toxicity) extend far beyond the usual emphasis on carcinogenicity: Autism, Parkinsons, chronic migraines and a whole host of neurological disorders that are on the rise. Genetic susceptibility dictates in part the severity of impact but no-one is immune. There are no vaccines against pesticide-injury. While the medical scientists catch up with translating the biomedical research into much-needed clinical practice, we all need to be shouting as loudly as possible to get these poisons out of our environment for good.




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