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COMIC: Aunque Cerca...Sano

This 16-page pesticide comic book targets migrant and seasonal farmworker families to educate parents about children's risks to pesticide exposure and ways to minimize these risks. Available in English and Spanish.

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COMIC: Lo Que Bien Empieza… Bien Acaba

MCN Spanish educational comic book that addresses pesticide exposure in women of reproductive age. LO QUE BIEN EMPIEZA...BIEN ACABA: Consejos para las mujeres para prevenir daños a la salud y a sus bebés causados por pesticidas.

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A Little Bit of Poison...Will It Kill You?/Poco Veneno….No Mata? A Pesticide Education Manual for Community Health Workers

This Community Health Worker manual (English/Spanish) offers information about health risks from pesticide exposure and ways to lessen these risks. It includes useful information and tips to successfully work in the community. 

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Pesticide and Pregnancy Handout

Pesticide and Pregnancy Handout, English and Spanish, from the Wake Forest University School of Medicine.

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EPA Worker Protection Pesticide Safety Materials

A listing with links and ordering information to the EPA's bilingual posters, handbooks, guides, videos, CDs and other materials about pesticide safety and how to recognize and treat heat related illnesses.

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Educational Brochures for Asthma, Lead and Pesticides

Three printable brochures on Asthma, Lead and Pesticides produced by Farmworker Justice. 

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Pesticide Safety Project

This website and training material were developed to give communities and promotores ways to help farm workers learn how to protect themselves from pesticide exposure.

The project and all materials on the website were developed by the California Poison Control System in collaboration with the the Western Center for Agricultural Health and Safety at the University of California, Davis and the California Department of Pesticide Regulation.

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