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Chemical lawn treatments can linger for many days before the weather and sun begin to dilute their potency. Credit: Corbis
By Deirdre ImusFor millions of kids, the warmer weather means only one thing...the start of spring and ...As kids hit the fields the summer, make sure they're safe from pesticides!
Watch a video on testing IQ in children!Mom's exposure to pesticides can lower babies' IQ. Credit: Getty Images
Pesticides may kill brain cells as well as bugs.The Los Angeles Times reports researchers in three separate studies ...Study links pesticdes to IQ, but data largely in the eye of the beholder.
Dear Del Monte, Though I generally view you as an evil multinational corporation, who would rather dye its cherries with potentially carcinogenic red dye than sacrifice sales of fruit cocktail, I have to admit that we're a little bit addicted to your ...
A recent study found that kids conceived in the summer perform poorly on academic tests -- which seems like something you'd read in an astrology handbook. But put those horoscopes away, this has nothing to do with the alignment of the stars. In fact, ...