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What's Your Poison

  • ISBN  1-904523-03-X
  • Publication Date  2003-02-01
  • Type  Report

Every year, pesticides are estimated to cause tens of millions of cases of accidental poisoning. Many of these poisoning cases are in the developing world where awareness of the dangers is lacking. Symptoms of pesticide poisoning can range from short-term headaches and nausea to convulsions, unconsciousness or death. Longer-term effects include damage to nervous systems, respiratory and skin diseases, cancers and birth defects.

What's Your Poison? highlights the shocking evidence between pesticides and damage to human health in developing countries.

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