Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Scientists warn parents on pesticides and plastics

The Guardian

By Polly Curtis, health correspondent

Parents were yesterday warned by researchers that levels of pesticides previously thought to be harmless could cause cancers in babies and young children.

Liverpool University scientists argue that low levels of chemicals from pesticides and plastics could affect the development of babies before they are born and increase their likelihood of developing cancer later in life.

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