‘Alarming’ Levels of 29 Chemicals Affecting Human Fertility Found in Men’s Urine Samples

Suzanne Burdick

A study published last week in Environment International showed 29 endocrine disruptors — at levels more than 100-fold greater than acceptable exposure rates — in the urine samples of 98 Danish men.

Endocrine disruptors are chemicals that affect human fertility by disrupting the normal functioning of the endocrine system.

… Bisphenol-A (BPA) stood out as a key chemical pollutant according to the researchers.

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