Children's sex link to endocrine disruption

The ratio of male to female births may be a sensitive indicator of parental exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals, according to a hypothesis being investigated by epidemiologists. Evidence from groups heavily exposed to pesticides and dioxins suggests a significant decline in the number of sons born. Small declines in the proportions of sons in the general population have also been identified.

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