Global Glyphosate Study Pilot Phase Shows Reproductive and Developmental Effects at ‘Safe’ Dose

12 March 2019

A new study has found that exposure to glyphosate-based herbicides (GBHs), including Roundup, caused reproductive and developmental effects in both male and female rats, at a dose level currently considered safe in the U.S. (1.75 mg/kg bw/day).

Exposure to GBHs was associated with androgen-like effects, including a statistically significant increase of anogenital distance (AGD) in males and females, delay of first estrous and increased testosterone in females.

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One thought on “Global Glyphosate Study Pilot Phase Shows Reproductive and Developmental Effects at ‘Safe’ Dose

  1. freemattpodcast says:

    Reblogged this on Free Matt Podcasts and commented:
    Appalachian-American Fails pt. 23
    This might be a “click-baity” title but it isn’t supposed to be deceptive. I have an affinity for making fun of rednecks in my area or as I call them lovingly; Appalachian-Americans.
    I wanted to note that many of the idiots that call themselves farmers play a punk for Monsanto. Whether buying their “frankenfoods” seeds or using Roundup.
    Well, well. well chickensuckers; you are killing us now. Thanks for acting like “good Baptists”. You were slowly getting into the 20th Century but made a turn for the worse.
    Turn away from the cousin loving idiocy and think before you leap!

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