reproductive health

endocrine disruptors

WATCH: Dr. Shanna Swan on chemicals, hormones and our reproductive health

Swan, a leading reproductive epidemiologist, joins After Skool to break down how everyday chemicals are re-shaping society.

Dr. Shanna H. Swan, one of the world's leading environmental and reproductive epidemiologists, joined animation specialists, After Skool, to talk about the impact of endocrine-disrupting chemicals on our reproductive health and our planet.

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