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Tips to Reduce Flame Retardants at Home

Silent Spring Institute, an organization staffed and led by researchers dedicated to science that serves the public interest, has released a new prevention factsheet for consumers.

Consumer products such as furniture, textiles, and electronics often contain chemical flame retardants. These chemicals can come out of products into house dust where people are exposed. Many of these chemicals have been linked to cancer or hormone disruption, or have not been adequately tested for safety.

Read “5 Tips to Reduce Toxic Flame Retardants at Home” to see how you can make a difference:

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