Link Between Flame Retardants and Neurodevelopmental Delays in Children

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  • In the largest study to date of its kind, researchers found in utero and childhood exposures to flame-retardant chemicals (polybrominated diphenyl ethers, or PBDEs) were associated with neurodevelopmental delays in school-age children

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