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Not Just the Bees – Pesticides Wiping Out Birds Too

Heather Callaghan, Contributor Waking Times Netherlands researchers fear the second coming of Silent Spring. “Neonicotinoids were always regarded as selective toxins. But our results suggest that they may affect the entire ecosystem,” says Hans de Kroon of Radboud University and co-author of a study recently published in Nature journal. It’s not just the bees. There

Bee-Harming Pesticides May Impact Human Nervous System

Jeremy Hance, Mongabay Waking Times Neonicotinoid pesticides, which have been increasingly blamed for the collapse of bee populations, may also impact human’s developing nervous system, according to a review of research by the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA). The EFSA says that current safety guidelines for two pesticides—acetamiprid and imidacloprid—may be too lax to protect

Colony Collapse Disorder Is a Fraud: Pesticides Cause Bee Die-Offs

Heidi Stevenson, Green Med Info Waking Times Years ago, Gaia Health informed that bee dieoffs are a direct result of pesticide nerve agents called neonicotinoids. The term, Colony Collapse Disorder, is fraudulent, designed to direct attention from the known cause. Agribusiness, the poison manufacturers making death-producing pesticides, is the other face of Big Pharma. The

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