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Banned flame retardants show up in new babies
Gymnasts exposed to high levels of flame retardants
Do chemicals on couches lower sperm count?
University of Texas at Austin
Sticky mussels inspire nontoxic flame retardant
How dust bunnies might make kids gain weight
‘Flameproof’ hawk is world’s most polluted bird
Hormone shift in river bird linked to pollutants
Even in remote spots, chemicals lurk in trees
Boston University, Duke University, University of California, Berkeley
Do harmful chemicals live in your couch?
Duke University, University of California, Berkeley
Flame retardants linked to delays in kids
University of California, Berkeley
Air, dust tests reveal chemicals at daycare
For toddlers, flame retardant risks may vary by race
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