Unacceptable Levels
How Chemicals Affect Us

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Sprayed - Investigating the Zika Virus and the Link to Pesticides
Was the Zika virus, which panicked pregnant women globally, the cause of a spike in birth defects as proclaimed by the World Health Organization and the CDC? Did it merit the U.S. government's decision to spray the neurotoxin Naled onto schools and communities? SPRAYED follows the Miami hearing led by…
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