not so good.
The powerful new statement affirms that toxic chemicals in the environment are harming our reproductive health. They are harming our fetuses and babies, and they are harming our health as women, men, mothers and fathers.
These prestigious organizations write: "Reducing exposure to toxic
environmental agents is a critical area of intervention for
obstetricians, gynecologists, and other reproductive health care
Not just concern: intervention. They should roll up their sleeves and
do all they can to reduce harmful exposures: "Patient exposure to toxic
environmental chemicals and other stressors is ubiquitous, and
preconception and prenatal exposure to toxic environmental agents can
have a profound and lasting effect on reproductive health across the
Profound and lasting.
And it's not just the moms: this stuff is bad for babies, too: Prenatal exposure to certain chemicals has been documented to increase the risk of cancer in childhood.
It is good to remember than an INDUSTRY that makes MONEY is built on this. They often do not have your best interest at heart.
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