Flame Retardants May Affect a Child’s IQ

Prenatal and childhood exposure to flame-retardant chemicals may lead to poorer attention, motor skills, and IQ scores in children at ages five and seven, according to an ongoing California study. The findings add to the growing health concerns over these chemicals, which are commonly found in US homes.

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