Organophosphate flame retardants linked to eye damage and infertility

TDCPP, common in household dust, is toxic to the human cornea and high levels of other organophosphates reduce fertility, researchers say

by Gareth Simkins
Household dust containing TDCPP could damage the cornea, research suggests. Photograph: 8thstar GFDL
Household dust containing TDCPP could damage the cornea, research suggests. Photograph: 8thstar GFDL

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