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Women’s Exposure to Pesticides Could Affect Sleep Patterns of Female Offspring

April 12, 2022

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Presented by Michigan News

A new study from the Michigan School of Public Health provides insights into the effects of pesticide exposure during pregnancy. Astrid Zamora, a doctoral student at Michigan Public Health, talks about the study, highlighting that early-life exposure to pesticides may affect adolescent sleep health.

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