Bye, Bye Guys! Women Are Winning the Human Race

Released on: April 29, 2008, 11:33 am

Press Release Author: SingleMinded, LLC

Industry: Healthcare

Press Release Summary: Year after year the birthrate for male infants has decreased
and research has finally discovered a direct link between two factors that may be
the cause of the low male to female birthrate ratio.

Press Release Body: Paradise Valley, Arizona - April 29, 2008 - According to a
recent article in, pollution of the Earth's environment is
having a startling affect on the male population.

The article, entitle, \"Where are all the Men? Ask Mother Nature...\" relays recent
information from Center for Disease Control in Atlanta that many manmade pollutants
mimic the female hormone estrogen is accounting for a lowered birth rate for males.
The higher concentration of certain pollutants that a woman of childbearing years
has in her bloodstream has a direct correlation on the chances she has of bearing a
male child.

This disturbing information is just another reason why the call to free our
environment and the earth of pollution is imperative. Additional studies conducted
by the CDC conclude that there is evidence of this happening all over the world.
Research from Italy, Canada and Russia are cited in the article that explain how the
pollutant level has affected the change in birth rate for boys.

The fact that male fetuses are not as resilient as females is another cause for
these pollutants having such a profound effect on the birth rate of boys. The rate
of miscarriage is higher when a woman is carrying a male child and this miscarriage
rate is continuing to grow. "In other words," says's
relationship editor, Josie Brown, "women are winning the Human Race. But not for
long! We still need men to procreate."

The effects of this lowered male birth rate on society are not going to have a
positive impact. Throwing nature out of proportion never does. In order to be
proactive and learn more about this issue and what can be done to help, visit
This is a great resource towards not only understand what is truly happening in the
environment but also how to help stop it.

For more information about this please visit

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Contact Details: Allison O'Connor - Co-Founder
Single Minded, LLC
(480) 991-9109

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