Flame Retardants Linked to Lower IQs, Hyperactivity in ChildrenScientific American
May. 07, 2013
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Almost a decade after manufacturers stopped using certain chemical flame retardants in furniture foam and carpet padding, many of the compounds still lurk in homes. New work to be presented today reaffirms that the chemicals may also still be hurting young children who were exposed before they were born.