In utero exposure to flame retardants increases anxiety symptoms, new research finds

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New research led by the University of Cincinnati and Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center sheds light on the connection between exposure to environmental toxins in utero and the later development of anxiety during adolescence.

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