Health Briefs to Report on the Link Between Autism and Industrial Pesticides on An Upcoming Segment
Health Briefs will look at new studies that confirm the dangers of chemical pesticides.
June 24, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Health Briefs will discuss the possible causes of autism which medical science cannot seem to agree upon. Links to complications during pregnancy, viruses and genetics have all been considered. Another contender, gaining more proponents every day, is the range of chemical pesticides which proliferate in the air, water and food that we consume. Recent studies have strengthened this theory. The data shows a simple geographic link between incidents of autism in children to their family living close to farm fields where certain pesticides are heavily used. The most sensitive time is in-utero when the mothers were pregnant with these children. A prime defense against this trend is education of prospective mothers regarding contact with pesticides as well as their own nutrition during pregnancy.
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