Endocrine-disrupting pesticides may have long-term impacts

Research into the impact of insecticides on honey bees has demonstrated that non-persistent compounds which interfere with hormone systems can have long-term effects on social insects. The study raises the issue of whether existing pesticide approval processes pay sufficient attention to long-term impacts on non-target species.

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