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Study finds link between glyphosate exposure and pregnancy length
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Study finds link between glyphosate exposure and pregnancy length

The latest research echoes earlier studies that found women exposed to the herbicide were more likely to have shorter pregnancies, which can increase babies' risk of long-term health problems.

Women exposed to the herbicide glyphosate were more likely to experience shorter pregnancies, according to a study published last week in the journal Environmental Research.

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