Pesticides and industrial chemicals can be measured in any human fluid or tissue. The type of testing done is determined in part by the properties of the chemical in question.
Even in tiny doses, many chemicals can derail the delicate systems that control our development, health and reproduction. From conception through puberty, children are especially vulnerable.
By 2003, plenty of data suggested that pesticide drift was harming communities, but the pesticide industry and regulators refused to act.
Pesticide drift is all too common in places where agricultural and residential areas intersect.
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