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"Children are much more susceptible to ...
"Children are much more susceptible to health effects of pesticides than adults," according to the president of the Pesticide Education Center in San Francisco, Dr. Marion Moses. "At the same level of exposure they will absorb more pesticides, because they have more skin surface for their size, and take in more breaths per minute. Children's ability to degrade pesticides in the liver and their immune system protections are not fully developed."Dr. Moses specializes in both occupational and environmental medicine, and was formerly with the department of epidemiology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
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