Perfumes, soaps linked to earlier puberty onset

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A study has found chemicals in personal care products could be potentially associated with earlier onset of puberty in girls A cohort study has looked into the potential impact that chemicals found in personal care products – such as perfumes, deodorants, soaps, shampoos and makeup – may have on hormones and puberty development. Researchers enrolled

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