Endocrine disruptors as a threat to neurological function.

  title={Endocrine disruptors as a threat to neurological function.},
  author={Bernard Weiss},
  journal={Journal of the neurological sciences},
  volume={305 1-2},
Endocrine disruption is a concept and principle whose origins can be traced to the beginnings of the environmental movement in the 1960s. It began with puzzlement about and the flaring of research on the decline of wildlife, particularly avian species. The proposed causes accented pesticides, especially persistent organochlorines such as DDT. Its scope gradually widened beyond pesticides, and, as endocrine disruption offered an explanation for the wildlife phenomena, it seemed to explain, as… CONTINUE READING
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