- April 5, 2017 Press Release from the Children’s Environmental Health Network announcing the launch of the Herbicide Use and Birth Outcomes in the Midwest project.
- Science Team Blog, “Why This Project?”
- CEHN Research Conference: April 6-7, 2017, Washington, D.C., “Will Rising Herbicide use in the Midwest Raise Reproductive Risks?” – full size, 2 slides per page, or by presenter:
- Dr. James Roberts, “Introduction to Herbicides and Birth Outcomes in the Midwest,” full size or 4 slides per page
- Charles Benbrook, PhD, “Introduction to Herbicides and Birth Outcomes in the Midwest,” full size or 2 slides per page
- Melissa Perry, PhD, “Insights from Past Research,” full size or 2 slides per page
- Dr. Paul Winchester, “Emerging Science and Birth Center Challenges,” full size or 2 slides per page
- Hard-hitting piece in Fern’s Ag Insider, “Researchers find glyphosate in pregnant women, worry about impact on infants”
- “Moms Exposed to Monsanto Weed Killer Means Bad Outcomes for Babies,” April 2017 article by Carey Gillam in The Huffington Post.
- Dr. Alan Greene’s post about the project on drgreene.com, “Collateral Damage: Pregnancy, Prematurity, and Pesticides”
- Sustainable Pulse article April 2017: “High Glyphosate Levels in Mothers Leads to Shorter Pregnancies and Smaller Babies – New Ongoing Study”
- Another Huffington Post piece by Melody Meyer, “Assault on Midwest Women & Children on the Rise”
- Blog entry in The Organic and Non-“New study finds Roundup weed killer linked to premature and underweight infants” Report
- Sustainable Food News article from April 2017, “GMO herbicides raise reproductive risks in Midwest”
- Blog post from RobynObrien.com about the project launch, “Breaking Research: Emerging Science Highlights Serious and Growing Health Risks That Herbicides Pose to Women & Children”