Over the past four decades, the incidence of feline thyroid hyperplasia (FTH) has steadily increased. Concomitantly, cats' exposure to thyroxine (T4)-mimicking environmental contaminants and food additives has also increased. Kate Hill and Ian Shaw hypothesise that the two could be linked.
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