Last month, researchers from Columbia University added another study to the existing body of evidence linking adverse health effects caused by pesticides.

Published in the journal Pediatrics last month, researchers found 94 percent of the 1,139 children tested had detectable levels of organophosphate pesticides in their urine. More importantly, the children with the higher levels also had elevated risk of having ADHD.

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