Flame Retardants Linked to Children's Health Issues

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A new study finds one class of flame retardants -- chemicals used to make furniture and electronics more fire-resistant -- are linked to lower IQs and poorer coordination in children. The chemicals known as PBDEs have been phased out of new products, but many older items are still in homes.

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