Dr. Tyrone Hayes has found that a commonly used herbicide has a big impact on how frogs develop. What are the implications for human health? Fawn Pattison of the Pesticide Education Project suggests ways concerned people can get involved in the issue.

A large study of Hispanic seniors has looked for connections between nutrition and the risk of dementia. Could a simple B-vitamin provide protection?
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Tyrone Hayes, PhD, is Professor of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley. His research is on hormones and frog development.
Fawn Pattison is Executive Director of the Pesticide Education Project. www.pested.org

Mary Haan, MD, is Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Michigan. The study she directs is called SALSA.

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