Lisa G Douglas
When considering the health impacts of Roundup, the world’s most popular herbicide, one might believe that only those who come into direct contact with it are in danger.
A German study focused on increased botulism cases in cattle – caused by glyphosate. The researchers found that chronic, or ongoing, exposure to glyphosate at residual levels, was interfering with the cattle’s digestive system, leading to botulism outbreaks. The study found that cattle could have been exposed to glyphosate not only environmentally but also through cattle feed.
Attorney Lisa G. Douglas of North Little Rock noted that many people who don’t use Roundup are at danger because of the herbicide.
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