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2015, Elizabeth Young and Christian Krupke, “Non-cultivated plants present a season-long route of pesticide exposure for honey bees'” in “Nature Communications”





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2016, Christina Mogren and Jonathan Lundgren, “Neonicotinoid-contaminated pollinator strips adjacent to cropland reduce honey bee nutritional status,” in “Nature: Scientific Reports”





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2014, Herbert et al, “Effects of field-realistic doses of glyphosate on hneybee appetitive behavior,” in “J. of Exp. Biology”





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2017, Cimino et al, “Effects of Neonicotinoid Pesticide Exposure on Human Health: A Systematic Review,” in “Environmental Health Perspectives”





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2017, Nate Seltenrich, “Catching Up with Popular Pesticides: More Human Health Studies Are Needed on Neonicotinoids,” in “Env. Health Perspectives”





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A layperson synopsis of the Mesnage et al study on liver disease in rats from low-level glyphosate exposure





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Authors’ summary of their research documenting non-alcoholic liver disease in rats following low-level glyphosate exposue





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Study documenting non-alcoholic liver disease in rats following low-level glyphosate exposure.





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Study documenting metabolic changes in GE corn.





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2012, David Bellinger (Boston Children’s Hospital), Impact of Env. Chemicals on Neurodevelopment in Children, in “Environmental Health Perspectives”