At Southwestern Cedar Oil we are dedicated to reducing the health risk and environmental impacts of pesticides and promoting organic alternatives to homeowners across America by providing natural pest control products, organic pest control products and supplies to everyone!
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THE DANGER: Pesticides Threaten the Health of Our Children, Families & Planet.
Insects are everywhere, from the West Coast to the East Coast. What's not so obvious are the serious health consequences of pesticides? The "solution" can be more dangerous than the problem, especially among children because they have higher metabolism rates and often play on the ground and put objects in their mouths. Pesticides are the second most common source of childhood poisonings. In addition, studies show:
Children have a 50% higher incidence of leukemia if their mothers are exposed to pesticides in the home up to three months before a pregnancy, during or after it.
Children under age two have 10 times the adult risk of developing cancer after pesticide and other chemical exposures; ages 3-15 have triple the risk.
Children have a greater risk of developing asthma by age five after pesticide exposure within the first year of life.