In this book, PAN Asia Pacific’s senior scientist Dr. Meriel Watts highlights the key ways in which children’s long term health, intelligence and well-being can be harmed by pesticide exposure in utero or at key developmental milestones after birth and through adolescence. She points to studies from around the world and to data collected by PAN Asia Pacific and regional partners in their extensive work with communities suffering from pesticide-induced health harms.
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