Environmental effects on reproductive health: the endocrine disruption hypothesis.

@article{Hollander1997EnvironmentalEO,
  title={Environmental effects on reproductive health: the endocrine disruption hypothesis.},
  author={D Hollander},
  journal={Family planning perspectives},
  year={1997},
  volume={29 2},
  pages={82-6, 89}
}
Family Planning Perspectives pregnancy and male infertility. Epidemiological studies have proven the adverse reproductive health effects of some pesticides, and mounting evidence suggests that other of these products also are harmful to reproductive health.2 Both man-made and naturally occurring materials that appear to interfere with hormone synthesis or action are among substances whose effects on reproductive health are strongly suggested, if not clearly established. Recent research pointing… CONTINUE READING

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