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Flame Retardants Linked to Children’s Health Issues – KQED (blog)

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Flame Retardants Linked to Children's Health Issues
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A new study finds flame retardants — chemicals used to make household items more fire resistant — are linked to lower IQs and poorer coordination in children. The UC Berkeley study focuses on the effects of Polybrominated Diphenyl Ethers (PBDEs).
Flame Retardants in Furniture, Carpets Might Affect Kids' DevelopmentU.S. News & World Report

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Here are some further health information links that you may find useful.

FASTSTATS - Child Health
Men : Life Stages : Nutrition.gov
Child-obesity programs not equal - latimes.com
Those Bones Are Not My Child
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Letters: Context needed on infant mortality – USATODAY.com


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