|As more genital birth defects are seen in boys, attention turns to phthalates, chemicals found in a variety of consumer products. At Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, surgeon Howard Snyder says he and his colleagues repair the genitalia of roughly 300 baby boys every year -- about double what they did when he started his practice 30 years ago.
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