Research suggests ADHD is linked to pesticide exposure

05/17/2010 | Yahoo!

A study suggests a link between exposure to common pesticides found on produce and an increased risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in U.S. children. The report, based on urine samples from more than 1,100 children, found double the percentage of ADHD cases among those with above-average levels of pesticides.

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