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New Phthalates Study Links Kids' Behavior Problems To Moms' Cosmetics Use

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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A new study exploring a possible link between phthalates exposure in the womb and childhood behavioral problems suggests that regulations need to be in place to limit the chemicals' use in personal-care products, according to investigators

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