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Consumer Plastics and Child-Adult Health Risk

Living without plastic and rubber polymer products is not likely in developed countries. With that being said, one would be prudent to understand the potential health risks of such convenience products and how to mitigate relative chemical exposure from these products. Consumer prevention in knowing how to reduce this risk is especially important for healthy growth of infants and young children. Continue reading

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