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A... Shortened... Reason to Avoid Non-stick?

kaleokahu | Dec 3, 201809:03 PM     6

"“As the first report on water contamination of PFCs goes back to 1977, the magnitude of the problem is alarming as it affects an entire generation of young individuals, from 1978 onwards,” the researchers wrote.

Indeed, the study suggests one possible answer to a phenomenon that’s been puzzling researchers for the past few years: a disturbing global decline in sperm counts. Over the past four decades, sperm counts in the U.S., Australia, Europe, and New Zealand have fallen more than 50 percent, according to a 2017 study conducted by researchers at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine and Hebrew University School of Public Health."

Pfoa And Pfos Cause Lower Sperm Counts And Smaller Penises, Study Finds

There’s a new reason to be concerned about PFOA and PFOs, toxic chemicals used in nonstick pans, waterproof products, and firefighting foam.

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