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American researchers have suggested that exposure to phthalates may contribute to diabetes, this association was only evident among the middle-aged white participants in the ongoing longitudinal study. The data is published in The Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism.
According to data from a mouse study published in Environment International, paternal exposure to endocrine disrupting chemicals including phthalates, sees offspring for up to two generations affected with adverse metabolic health. This includes insulin resistance.
Research into individual risk factors which could help clinicians prevent the development of type 2 diabetes in patients with chronic pancreatitis has been published into Diabetes Care, obesity and smoking are noted as modifiable factors.
A novel tool that can estimate exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyls (PFAs), which are endocrine disrupting chemicals, has been developed and published in Environmental Health Perspectives.
A Danish study, published in Environmental Health Perspectives, suggests a link between exposure to PFAS in utero and abnormal testicle development, leading to lower sperm counts in young men.