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Before you spray your lawn or garden with fertilizer or pesticides this month, consider what they might be doing to your healthThe weed killers and insecticides we spray on farm crops, parks and verges, and our rose bushes, can cause cancer-especially leukaemia in children, brain tumours and prostate cancer-as well as birth defects and arterial damage, independent scientists have established
Pregnant women often suffer from depression-but they shouldn't be given an SSRI antidepressant
Doctors are going against drug company warnings by handing out pharmaceuticals to pregnant women that can cause a miscarriage or stillbirth
Disinfectants in public water could be a cause of neurological diseases such as Alzheimer's, scientists say