Every day, children and adults are exposed to a variety of chemicals found in common household items. Now a growing body of research suggests that many of these chemicals — which are used to make plastic more flexible, fruits and vegetables more abundant and upholstery less flammable — may also pose a threat to the developing brain.

Written By RONI CARYN RABIN JULY 1, 2016  for the New York Times

 

To read the full article click on the following link: http://nyti.ms/298PL8f