If you needed another reason to shop organic, here it is. A new study suggests that "children exposed to higher levels of a type of pesticide found in trace amounts on commercially grown fruit and vegetables are more likely to have attention deficit hyperactivity disorder than children with less exposure."
Kids with above-average levels of a common pesticide byproduct had twice ADHD risk.
Direct cause-and-effect link "really hard to establish," expert says.
Study is first to examine the effects of pesticide exposure in population at large.