Health experts continued to be concerned about the early onset of puberty, particularly among girls; chemical pollution was mentioned as a likely culprit, as was the growing number of families without live-in fathers, who emit chemical signals that inhibit their daughters' sexual development. | Harper's Magazine

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Health experts continued to be concerned about the early onset of puberty, particularly among girls; chemical pollution was mentioned as a likely culprit, as was the growing number of families without live-in fathers, who emit chemical signals that inhibit their daughters’ sexual development.

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Health experts continued to be concerned about the early onset of puberty, particularly among girls; chemical pollution was mentioned as a likely culprit, as was the growing number of families without live-in fathers, who emit chemical signals that inhibit their daughters’ sexual development.

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