Blog: Chemical-driven infertility threatens new existential crisis

Infertility is on the rise in the western world after decades of exposure to harmful chemicals, according to a sobering new book. What will it take to avert disaster?

by Claudia Delpero
Babies learning to swim underwater in Odessa, Ukraine. Research suggests it is becoming harder to have childen thanks to chemicals pollution. Andrey Nekrasov /Barcroft Media via Getty Images
Babies learning to swim underwater in Odessa, Ukraine. Research suggests it is becoming harder to have childen thanks to chemicals pollution. Andrey Nekrasov /Barcroft Media via Getty Images

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