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Risk song: Many things can harm you (but glyphosate is not one of them)

| | November 16, 2015

The GLP aggregated and excerpted this video to reflect the diversity of news, opinion and analysis.

What have we learned from the debate stimulated by the decision by the International Agency for Research on Cancer’s decision to label glyphosate, in a hazard evaluation, as probably carcinogenic?

That many things, from chemicals to life style, pose cancer and other health risks but it all comes down to exposure — which is why glyphosate poses a health hazard to workers but not a serious risk to workers and especially not to consumers, according to science experts.

Here is an informative ditty by Andrew Maynard on how chemicals and other things that might, based on exposure, kill us:

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View the original video on YouTube: The Risk Song – With Hat Tip to Lehrer’s Elements Song

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