Flame retardants linked to neurological impacts at low doses

Some widely used flame retardants have been shown to have neurological effects in laboratory animals similar to those caused by PCBs, Swedish researchers have found. The discovery adds to the mounting pressure to phase out polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) products.

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