Category Health

“Banned flame retardants pose ongoing concerns about potential effects on developing brains”

Quoted from Brunel University London - http://www.brunel.ac.uk/news-and-events/news/articles/Banned-flame-retardants-pose-ongoing-concerns-about-potential-effects-on-developing-brains#

“Banned flame retardants pose ongoing concerns about potential effects on developing brains”

Additional measures may be needed to limit the potential effects of a mixture of flame retardants on the mental development of babies and young children, new research from Brunel University…
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“IVF couples advised to avoid products with flame retardants as study finds link with infertility “

Quoted from The Telegraph - http://www.telegraph.co.uk/science/2017/08/25/ivf-women-advised-avoid-products-flame-retardants-study-finds/

“IVF couples advised to avoid products with flame retardants as study finds link with infertility “

Flame retardants may be linked to infertility, a new study suggests Sarah Knapton, science editor 25 AUGUST 2017 • 5:00AM Couples undergoing IVF have been advised to choose products without flame retardants…
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“Greater Exposure to Flame Retardants Might Be Associated with Thyroid Cancer”

Quoted from Duke Health - https://corporate.dukehealth.org/news-listing/greater-exposure-flame-retardants-might-be-associated-thyroid-cancer?utm_content=buffer7bd3d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

“Greater Exposure to Flame Retardants Might Be Associated with Thyroid Cancer”

“Use of flame retardant chemicals coincides with increased incidence of thyroid cancer” “Taken together, these results suggest exposure to several flame retardants may be associated with the diagnosis and severity…
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“Burned”

Quoted from CBC Marketplace - http://www.cbc.ca/marketplace/episodes/2012-2013/burned

“Burned”

Tom Harrington investigates flame retardants in our homes and reveals the toxic chemicals used to prevent or slow down the spread of fire may be making us sick, and may…
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