Further Readings

1. V. Turusov et al., "DDT; Ubiquity, Persistence, and Risks," Environmental Health Perspectives 110 (2002): 125.

2. B. Hileman, "Reexamining Pesticide Risk," Chemical and Engineering News (17 July 2000): 34.

3. G. Santaoro, "Silent Summer," Discover (July 2000): 76.

4. M. Lopez-Cervantes et al, "Dichlorodiphenyl-trichlorethane Burden and Breast Cancer Risk: A Meta-Analysis of the Epidemiological Evidence," Environmental Health Perspectives 112 (2004): 207.

5. K. Noren and D. Meironyte, "Certain Organochlorine and Organobromine Contaminants in Swedish Milk in Perspective of Past 20-30 Years," Chemosphere 40 (2000): 1111.

6. (a) C. Lu et al., "A Longitudinal Approach to Assessing Urban and Suburban Children's Exposure to Pyrethroid Pesticides," Environmental Health Perspectives 114 (2006): 1419. (b) C. Lu et al., "Organic Diets Significantly Lower Children's Dietary Exposure to Organophosphate Pesticides," Environmental Health Perspectives 114 (2006): 260.

7» G. M. Williams et al., "Safety Evaluation and Risk Assessment of the Herbicide Roundup and Its Active Ingredient, Glyphosate, for Humans," Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology 31 (2000): 117.

8. T. P. Brown et al., "Pesticides and Parkinson's Disease—Is There a Link ?" Environmental Health Perspectives 114 (2006): 156.

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