Hormone-disrupting chemicals may be far more prevalent in lakes and rivers than previously thought. Environmental scientists have discovered that although these compounds are often broken down by sunlight, they can regenerate at night, returning to life like zombies. Their research focused on a steroid hormone used to speed growth in more than 20 million cattle in the US. The practice is banned in the European Union. – Read:
- Hormone disruptors rise from the dead
by Mark Peplow, Nature, 26 September 2013
- Long-lasting steroids, UI study
David Cwiertny, IowaNow, 26 September 2013
- Product-to-Parent Reversion of Trenbolone: Unrecognized Risks for Endocrine Disruption, ScienceMag, 26 September 2013
- Our tags: BPA – Endocrine Disruptors – Phthalates
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Thank you for this important information.
you are welcome Bill
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Thanks Alain….Great work!
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