Peter Griffin posted in hypospadias • insect repellent on December 10th, 2009.
The use of insect repellent by pregnant women has been implicated in an increasingly common male genetic defect – hypospadias. The condition, which generally requires surgery to correct, is estimated to affect about one in every 500 boys, although this number had been growing. An excerpt: (read in full here) “Signs of a link between […]
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