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Medical scientists attribute this dismaying trend to the high levels of foreign hormones, called xenohormones, that are found in many of our foods, including meat and milk, as well as in common inhalants such as fumicides and pesticides.
Sydney, said the research was further evidence of the dangers posed by human-made synthetic hormone disruptors, or "xenohormones".
Go organic when possible to decrease exposure to xenohormones.
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