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Flame retardant chemicals still put kids in danger and still don’t stop fires

by Joshua A. Krisch | Feb 06, 2019
Chemicals used to prevent fires, including PBDE, interfere with hormones and reproductive systems, stunting child development. Also, they don't stop flames.

Article includes comments from Ann Vuong, adjunct associate professor in the Department of Environmental Health at the UC College of Medicine.

Chemicals used to prevent fires, including PBDE, interfere with hormones and reproductive systems, stunting child development. Also, they don't stop flames.

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