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Flame-retardants may affect a child's attention, IQ.

from Environmental Health Perspectives

Exposure to flame retardants during pregnancy or early childhood may lead to children with poorer attention, motor skills and IQ scores. The study of California children is the most comprehensive one to evaluate cognitive declines in school-aged children exposed to PBDEs. Although most forms of these chemicals have been banned, many household items, including couch cushions, still contain them. more


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