A study in The American Journal of Psychiatry found DDE, which forms after the now-banned pesticide DDT breaks down, may as much as double the risk of a woman having an autistic child if found in high doses.
A study in The American Journal of Psychiatry found DDE, which forms after the now-banned pesticide DDT breaks down, may as much as double the risk of a woman having an autistic child if found in high doses. Emily Michot TNS
A study in The American Journal of Psychiatry found DDE, which forms after the now-banned pesticide DDT breaks down, may as much as double the risk of a woman having an autistic child if found in high doses. Emily Michot TNS

This banned pesticide may double the chance women have a baby with autism, study says

August 16, 2018 02:05 PM