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Photos: The pesticide 'Dirty Dozen' fruits and vegetables. Strawberries — Strawberries topped the list in for the fourth year in a row. The most recent report states they are the fresh produce most likely to remain contaminated with pesticide residues, even after being washed. Testing found that the dirtiest one contained 23 separate pesticides residues. Hide Caption. Spinach — Spinach, in the second spot this year, had relatively high concentrations of a potentially brain-damaging neurotoxic insecticide called permethrin. Kale — Kale, edging out nectarines for third place this year, most commonly tested positive for Dacthal, which is a potential cancer-causing agent.
Nectarines are fourth on the list this year.
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Apples — Apples ranked fifth. Samples contained 4. Apples topped the annual Dirty Dozen list for five consecutive years, ending its reign in In , they were displaced by strawberries. Grapes — Grapes moved down this year from fifth to sixth, according to the report.
Since , the Environmental Working Group -- a nonprofit, nonpartisan environmental organization -- annually ranks pesticide contamination in 47 popular fruits and vegetables for its Shopper's Guide. Peaches — Peaches moved down one ranking on the Dirty Dozen list this year after claiming the sixth spot in Cherries — Cherries are eighth on the list this year.
Pears — Pears now rank ninth on the list. The recommendations from the Environmental Working Group are to buy and eat organic produce, especially the fruits and vegetables found on the Dirty Dozen list. Tomatoes — Tomatoes moved down one ranking this year after claiming the ninth spot in Research on the effects of pesticides on organisms is ongoing, and there is not a complete understanding of whether there is a particular amount of pesticides considered to be safe.
Celeries — Celery fell this year to the 11th spot after being ranked 10th last year. Even with the growing concern for the effects of pesticides, fruits and vegetables are an important part of a daily diet. Potatoes — Potatoes made the way from 11th to 12th on the list this year. Photos: 'Clean 15' fruits and vegetables. The Environmental Working Group ranked avocados as the No. References Publications referenced by this paper.
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Diaphragmatic hernias, acquired. JM Johnson , Steinberg. Diaphragmatic injuries. Myocardial contusion. RA Schwab. Abdominal injuries. PJ Mason. Thoracic injuries.