Study: BPA Makes Male Mice Less Masculine

At a rate of 2-to-1, test females rejected BPA-exposed males as potential breeding partners, leading the study’s authors to conclude that BPA exposure for males “could impact behavioral cues, pheromone signaling, or both.”

(Creative Commons photo courtesy flickr.com/zwww)

Study: BPA Makes Male Mice Less Masculine

At a rate of 2-to-1, test females rejected BPA-exposed males as potential breeding partners, leading the study’s authors to conclude that BPA exposure for males “could impact behavioral cues, pheromone signaling, or both.”

(Creative Commons photo courtesy flickr.com/zwww)