Paraquat Exposure May Cause Parkinson’s Disease in Hard-Working Farmers & Agricultural Workers

https://www.paraquatlawsuit.org Farm and Agricultural workers who developed Parkinson’s Disease after mixing, spraying, or being exposed to Paraquat may qualify for SIGNIFICANT compensation! Studies tie Paraquat herbicide exposure to Parkinson’s Disease, a disabling neurodegenerative disorder. Paraquat makers refused to disclose the risk of Parkinson’s Disease on its label, putting commercial farm workers and licensed agricultural users at serious…

Bayer Set to Rethink Selling of Glyphosate to US Gardeners after Loss of $2 Billion Future Cancer Claims Deal

Sustainable Pulse May 27 2021 – 12:53pm | sustainablepulse.com | View Article Bayer’s share price crashed over 4% on Thursday after Judge Vince Chhabria of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California threw out their attempted $ 2 Bilion deal to settle future cancer claims against their top selling glyphosate-based herbicide, Roundup.…

Where Do Mosquitoes Go in Winter?

The mosquito is nothing if not resilient. Based on fossil evidence, scientists say the current mosquito we have today is practically unchanged from 46 million years ago. That means it lived through the ice age of 2.5 million years ago — unscathed. It stands to reason that a few months of winter hardly phases a…

Is Sarasota’s Mosquito Population Growing?

Allison Forsyth  3/22/2021 at 2:22pm  |  www.sarasotamagazine.com  |  View Article Two recent outbreaks have caused mosquito control staffers to apply treatments, while warning of bites and potential disease. An invasive mosquito species that can potentially carry yellow fever, the Aedes scapularis, was discovered recently in Miami-Dade and Broward counties. Found mostly in the Caribbean and Latin America, this species is not in…