Male fish with eggs in their testes. Frogs with extra limbs -- or no limbs at all. Male otters with shrunken genitals. Baby boys with deformed penises. What's going on?
Scientists are wondering too, and the overwhelming consensus points to endocrine disruptors, a class of chemicals that imitate hormones like estrogen. These endocrine-disrupting compounds can cause severe reproductive defects in fish, frogs, birds -- and humans.
Get the facts on these hormone disruptors -- and then discover what you can do about them.