Chemical exposure is something that all of us have to worry about in our lives, to one extent or another. Whether one is looking at exposure to toxic household products, water pollution, pesticides on our produce, or toxic exposure in the workplace, all of us have to deal with it at some level.
Most of the time, the little bit of exposure we get is not something most of us have to worry about, at least right now. Or so we assume. According to a paper recently published in the journal Endocrinology, though, chemical exposure of parents can have an impact on their child’s development years later.