Livestock Steroids can Persist in Waterways. Study Finds

Nature World News: Steroids given to livestock can stay in the water for a long time and don't always break-down, a new study has found. Researchers said that regulatory agencies might have to closely monitor some "safe" livestock steroids to prevent damage to the aquatic ecosystem. Anabolic steroids are usually given to livestock to boost their growth and are generally believed to be harmless. But, researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno and colleagues found that certain steroids such as trenbolone might......

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