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Which sunscreen is safe to use?
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Flame Retardants and Pajamas and Diabetes?
There is a long history behind flame retardants and pajamas. In 1953, the Flammable Fabrics Act (FFA) was passed to regulate highly flammable fabrics such as children’s pajamas after several incidences from various textiles used in children's pajamas in the 1940s that resulted in tragic deaths. This act was amended by 1967 to include upholstery, carpets, and certain textiles. This essentially required the textiles used to pass flammability standards. This often meant that flame retardants were added to the textiles to make them less flammable. In the 1970s, brominated and chlorinated flame retardants used in these textiles were identified as...
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