Study Links Mosquito Spray to Delayed Motor Skills in Babies

The consequences of the Zika hysteria could be felt for generations. Unsettling images of Brazilian babies with microcephaly drove Zika into the headlines, but it is the organophosphate pesticides that were widely sprayed in the “fight” against Zika that have been linked to developmental issues in infants. CNN reports that naled, the insecticide used throughout the southern U.S. in Zika abatement efforts, has been tied to poor motor skills in infants. The spraying was particularly...

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