Environmental Threats to Reproductive Health and Human Fertility

updated: 04-2021


(02:18 – Introduction, 03:00 – Environmental Justice and Human Health: Creating Systemic Solutions, 23:34 – Environmental Threats to Reproductive Health and Human Fertility, 42:47 – Science and Solutions) Explore the relationship between our climate emergency and ubiquitous exposure to toxic environmental chemicals, regarding their impacts on human reproductive health and fertility. Panelists review current scientific research, and related clinical and public health policy implications, as background for discussing prevention interventions that are being endorsed and promoted by health care providers at the clinical/individual and national/international policy levels. Recorded on 02/23/2021. [4/2021] [Show ID: 36856]

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