Study: House cats harbor flame retardants in bloodstream

with the huge endocrine disorder problems we have in ferrets – I think we need to start looking.

Swedish researcher Jana Weiss published data in the journal Environmental Science & Technology documenting high brominated flame retardant levels in feline blood samples. BFRs, used in clothing, electronics and furniture, have been linked to endocrine disruptions, and Weiss found cats are exposed to BFRs in dust, something that could also be happening to small children.ConsumerAffairs.com (2/27)

 

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