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PFAS and Developmental and Reproductive Toxicity: An EWG Fact Sheet

The toxic fluorinated chemicals known as PFAS are a class of environmentally persistent manmade chemicals that are used as water, grease and stain repellents in clothing and furniture, in industrial firefighting foam, and in the production of nonstick cookware.  PFAS, which are detected in the blood of nearly every American, are associated with multiple adverse health effects, including immunotoxicity, cancer and increased cholesterol, as well as developmental and reproductive toxicity.  Read more....

 

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