Flame Retardants Safe?

The answer is an absolute no. These toxic chemicals are found in bedding, clothes, furniture, and many everyday items, and are so common now that unborn infants have them in their bodies and blood at birth and they are in even higher concentrations in the mother’s breast milk. The very young and the very old are most vulnerable to be harmed. We must do more to protect our little ones and the elderly.

Why are the politicians not passing the laws needed to limit toxic types of exposures? What can we do to make our world more safe for the unborn, infants and children? What are we allowing to happen to our world and planet?

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