All pesticides have some level of toxicity, and pose some risk to infants and children. The risk depends on the toxicity of the pesticide ingredients and how much of the pesticide a child is exposed to.
Infants and children are more sensitive to the toxic effects of pesticides than adults.
An infant's brain, nervous system, and organs are still developing after birth.
When exposed, a baby's immature liver and kidneys cannot remove pesticides from the body as well as an adult's liver and kidneys.
Infants may also be exposed to more pesticide than adults because they take more breaths per minute and have more skin surface relative to their body weight.
Children often spend more time closer to the ground, touching baseboards and lawns where pesticides may have been applied.
Children often eat and drink more relative to their body weight than adults, which can lead to a higher dose of pesticide residue per pound of body weight.
Babies that crawl on treated carpeting may have a greater potential to dislodge pesticide residue onto their skin or breathe in pesticide-laden dust.
Young children are also more likely to put their fingers, toys, and other objects into their mouths.
Because of this, it is important to minimize your child's exposure to pesticides. One way to minimize exposure to pesticides is to take an approach called Integrated Pest Management (IPM). IPM is a pest control strategy that uses a combination of methods to prevent and eliminate pests in the most effective and least hazardous manner.
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Could Mark Zuckerberg be a fashion risk to Facebook? Wedbush Equity analyst Michael Pachter tells Bloomberg he thinks so.
“Mark and his signature hoodie: He’s actually showing investors he doesn’t care that much; he’s going to be him. I think that’s a mark of immaturity.”
On Monday the Facebook CEO was criticized for wearing a hoodie to meet with Wall Street investors. WMDN reports the big question for investors is whether or not to trust the guy in the hoodie.
“You're buying him, you're buying his zany, wild, brilliant creativity and if that comes with a hoodie instead of a pinstriped suit, that's just fine by me.”
CNN’s Doug Gross disagrees with Pachter and thinks the trademark signature hoodie says nothing about Zuckerberg’s ability to run Facebook.
“..Pachter's take reinforces the inevitable culture clash that occurs when a 27-year-old titan of California's freewheeling startup culture meets the buttoned-down world of Wall Street. ... [I]n Facebook's early days, he once showed up for a meeting with a venture-capital firm in his pajamas."
The Next Web says the only person showing disrespect here is Pachter, saying he apparently has no idea what he is talking about.
“If Zuckerberg started wearing a suit ... it could be misconstrued as the company ‘growing up,’ which could scare employees who currently like the way that it runs. And, since Facebook is doing quite well, in case you hadn’t heard, that’s pretty important."
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