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UN report: Dangers from hormone-disrupting chemicals in daily use
In what it described as a ‘landmark’ report the United Nations Program for Environment (UNEP) along with the World Health Organization (WHO) released a report examining the effect of hormone disrupting chemicals on humans and wildlife.
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Endocrine-Disrupting Chemicals can enter the environment through industrial and urban discharges, agricultural run-off and the burning and release of waste. Photo: UNEP
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