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How plastics are making us infertile — and could even lead to human extinction

14 mins | Jun 10, 2021
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An unexpected side effect from the material. Shanna Swan — a professor of environmental medicine and public health — is researching how chemicals found in plastic products are harming humanity's reproductive rates. In an interview with Matthew Rozsa, she reveals how the most prominent example of this is the decreasing sperm counts and advises on what can be done to combat this decline.
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