A peer-reviewed study from Taiwan reveals a strong link between severe depression, cognitive decline, and exposure to glyphosate, the world’s most used herbicide. The study found a significant negative correlation between glyphosate exposure and cognitive function test scores. It also showed higher odds of severe depressive symptoms in individuals with elevated glyphosate levels. The research highlights potential adverse neurological outcomes associated with glyphosate exposure. Read more to explore the study’s findings.
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