Inadvertent exposure to xenoestrogens in children

@article{OleaSerrano1999InadvertentET,
  title={Inadvertent exposure to xenoestrogens in children},
  author={F{\'a}tima Olea-Serrano and Pablo Lardelli-Claret and Ana Rivas and Alberto Barba-Navarro and Nicol{\'a}s Olea},
  journal={Toxicology and Industrial Health},
  year={1999},
  volume={15},
  pages={152 - 159}
}
This article reviews previous studies and presents new data on pesticide exposure in order to provide some indications of the extent and significance of childhood exposure to xenoestrogens, including pesticides, epoxy resins, and polycarbonates. After more than four decades of pesticide use, little is known about their adverse effects on health. There is a need to address the potential risks associated with the current contamination of water, soils, and foods in many agricultural areas. In… 

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