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_PM_ME_YOUR_FORESKIN t1_j61xxck wrote

I just want to go live in a remote forest somewhere. Ffs.


KaiMolan t1_j62khrq wrote

Microplastic made it there too. You're safe literally nowhere. Isn't it grand?


Trap_setup_4u t1_j62ji64 wrote

But then how would you collect all of those sweet sweet PM's?


giuliomagnifico OP t1_j5zxu1d wrote

> The researchers found that paternal DCHP exposure for four weeks led to high insulin resistance and impaired insulin signaling in F1 offspring. The same effect, but weaker, was seen in F2 offspring. > >“We found paternal exposure to endocrine disrupting phthalates may have intergenerational and transgenerational adverse effects on the metabolic health of their offspring,” Zhou said. “To the best of our knowledge, our study is the first to demonstrate this.”



thirdtimenow t1_j62ep21 wrote


Zhou, whose earlier mouse study showed exposure to DCHP leads to increased plasma cholesterol levels


Stop eating and drinking out of plastic if you can help it


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