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Washington, Oct 24 (ANI): Rural women exposed to DDT - sprayed to reduce malaria - are likely to give birth to boys with urogenital birth defects (UGBD), say researchers.
The research led by the University of Pretoria in South Africa showed that women who stayed at home in sprayed villages, rather than being a student or working, had 41 per cent more baby boys with UGBDs, such as missing testicles or problems with their urethra or penis.
(2010c) examined potential associations between prenatal DDT exposures from spraying in a malaria-prone area of the Limpopo Province of South Africa and the occurrence of external urogenital birth defects (UGBDs) in newborn boys.