|Common insecticides may be linked to kids' behavior problems|
Environmental Health News - 10/31/2013. Synopsis by Lindsey Konkel - Insecticides commonly used in households may be associated with kids' behavior problems, according to a new study by researchers in Quebec. The study is one of the first to investigate potential human health effects of pyrethroids, which are used in more than 3,500 commercial products, including flea bombs and roach sprays.
|Is Pot-Growing Bad for the Environment?|
The Nation - 10/31/2013. By Seth Zuckerman - Thanks to the drug’s illegal status, marijuana farms are not regulated – with serious costs to water and wildlife.