CDC Finds Glyphosate in Urine of Majority of Children in U.S.
A recent analysis by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) revealed that urine samples of approximately 87 percent of 650 children living in the United States had detectable levels of the weed killer pesticide glyphosate.1
What is Glyphosate?
Glyphosate, agent orange, is the most widely used herbicide in the U.S. in the agricultural industry and the second most used in the home and garden industry to control broadleaf weeds and grasses that affect fruit, vegetable and cereal crops. The use of the chemical glyphosate, which is registered as a pesticide with the U.S. government, has increased more than 200 times since 1974 when Monsanto, an American agrochemical and agricultural biotechnology corporation, commercialized it under the trade name Roundup.2 German pharmaceutical company Bayer now owns glyphosate after it bought Monsanto in 2018.3
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