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Flame retardants versus fire. Can you keep your family safe from both?

American Fertility Association blog

Corey Whelan

January 26, 2012

I’m as organic as a single mother on a budget can be.  We buy little to no canned food because of BPA, opt for organic dry cleaning and natural fibers and, well, do the best we can to avoid the avoidable junk in our atmosphere.  So it was with eagerness that I opened up a new report on PBDE’s from Women’s Voices for the Earth.

Don’t know what PBDE’s are?  I didn’t know either.  PBDE stands for polybrominated diphenyl ethers.  They are a class of flame retardant chemicals used to make household objects less likely to catch fire.

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