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In Utero Exposure to DDT and DDE and Neurodevelopment Among Young Mexican American Children

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Abstract of an article published July, 2006 in Pediatrics.

North Carolina FW Birth Defect Report

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Assessment of Maternal Occupational Pesticide Exposures during Pregnancy and Three Children with Birth Defects: North Carolina, 2004. Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch Division of Public Health, North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, Raleigh, North Carolina May 18, 2006

Organophosphate Pesticide Exposure and Neurobehavioral Performance

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Article published in Environmental Health Perspectives, May 2006.

Acute Occupational Pesticide- Related Illness in the US 1998-1999: Surveillance Findings From the SENSOR-Pesticides Program

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Concern about the adverse public health and environmental effects of pesticide use is persistent. Recognizing the importance of surveillance for acute occupational pesticide-related illness, we report on surveillance for this condition across multiple states. Between 1998 and 1999, a total of 1,009 individuals with acute occupational pesticide-related illness were identified by states participating in the SENSOR-pesticides program. 

Acute Pesticide- Related Illness Among Working Youths, 1988-1999

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The goal of this study was to describe acute occupational pesticide-related illnesses among youths and to provide prevention recommendations. Survey data from 8 states and from poison control center data were analyzed.

Agricultural Health Study

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This NIEHS/EPA/NIOSH study is investigating the effects of environmental, occupational, dietary, and genetic factors on the health of the agricultural population. Over 89,000 individuals are participating in the project. This includes private and commercial pesticide applicators as well as the spouses of these applicators.

California Pesticide Illness Surveillance Program 2010

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Summary of Results from the California Pesticide Illness Surveillance Program - 2010.  

 

California Surveillance for Pesticide- Related Illness and Injury: Coverage, Bias and Limitations

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The California Pesticide Illness Surveillance Program (PISP) is a major resource for pesticide illness epidemiology. This work attempts to improve characterization of pesticide illness in California, evaluate case ascertainment of the PISP and identify PISP’s limitations and biases for studying the incidence and epidemiology of pesticide-related illness. 

CHAMACOS Study

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The CHAMACOS study is a longitudinal birth cohort study examining chemicals and other factors in the environment and children's health. 

In 1999-2000, CHAMACOS enrolled 601 pregnant women living in the agircultural Salinas Valley.  They are following their children through age 12 to measure their exposures to pesticides and other chemicals and to determine if this exposure impacts their growth, health, and development. 

Chronic Agricultural Chemical Exposure Among Migrant and Seasonal Farmworkers

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Laboratory studies and case reports of accidental exposure to large amounts of chemicals indicate that there are immediate and long‐

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