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  • noun Plural form of xenoestrogen.

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Examples

  • Scientists in Italy are reporting development and successful use of a fast new method to identify food additives that act as so-called "xenoestrogens" - substances with estrogen-like effects that are stirring international health concerns.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Scientists in Italy are reporting development and successful use of a fast new method to identify food additives that act as so-called "xenoestrogens" -- substances with estrogen-like effects that are stirring international health concerns.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • In 1993, scientists at Cornell University cautioned that growing evidence seemed to indicate that exposure to estrogen-mimicking chemicals, called xenoestrogens, can cause cells to rapidly grow out of control and form tumors.

    Ms. Magazine Online

  • In 1993, scientists at Cornell University cautioned that growing evidence seemed to indicate that exposure to estrogen-mimicking chemicals, called xenoestrogens, can cause cells to rapidly grow out of control and form tumors.

    Ms. Magazine Online

  • Synthetic chemicals that mimic natural estrogens (called "xenoestrogens," literally, "foreign estrogens") have been linked to a range of human health effects.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Known as "xenoestrogens," these substances have been linked to reproductive problems in animals and perhaps humans. food additive, propyl gallate, is a preservative used to prevent fats and oils from spoiling that can be found in a range of foods including baked goods, shortening, dried meats, candy, fresh pork sausage, mayonnaise and dried milk.

    Scientific American

  • Our results demonstrate a widespread contamination of mineral water with xenoestrogens that partly originates from compounds leaching from the plastic packaging material ....

    Estrogens Found in Bottled Water

  • These environmental estrogens are called xenoestrogens.

    Dr. Maoshing Ni: Don't Get Breast Cancer (Again)

  • It is common sense that a dramatic reduction in exposure to xenoestrogens in our environment can correspondingly lower the risk of breast cancer.

    Dr. Maoshing Ni: Don't Get Breast Cancer (Again)

  • These environmental estrogens are called xenoestrogens.

    Dr. Maoshing Ni: Don't Get Breast Cancer (Again)

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