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Infertility in Spanish pigs has been traced to plastics. A warning for humans?
by Josie Glausiusz
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12 June 2014
On 12 June 2014 National Geographic reported:
A strange catastrophe struck Spain's pig farmers in the spring of 2010. On 41 farms across the country-each home to between 800 and 3,000 pigs-many sows suddenly ceased bearing young. On some farms, all the sows stopped reproducing. On others, those that did become pregnant produced smaller litters. When investigators examined the sows, they couldn't find anything wrong. Only one factor was common to all the farms and studs: The plastic bags used for semen storage all came from the same place. Investigating those bags has led Cristina Nerín, an analytical chemist at the University of Zaragoza who studies packaging materials, to publish new research that traces the pigs' infertility to chemical compounds in the plastics. The implications could extend far beyond the farm. Some of the same chemicals found in the pigs' storage bags are routinely used in packaging food for humans and are known to migrate into food.
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