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pesticides, pests, toxic chemicalsGlyphosate

Glyphosate is often applied to lawns and gardens, and can contaminate plants, soil, air, and food. Glyphosate can be inhaled or ingested. Glyphosate used on lawns and in parks can be tracked into homes on shoes or strollers that have had contact with glyphosate-treated surfaces. Residues of glyphosate are detected on some produce as well as in processed foods.

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Mount Sinai Center for Children’s Environmental Health
Published May. 15, 2024