Phthalates in bone density link

osteoporotic fracture
Exposure to low doses of a type of phthalate prior to puberty in mice can impact bone density later in life, an Australian study has found. Phthalates, which have been used since the 1920 to make plastics more durable and flexible, came under fire several years ago amid concerns that they could be absorbed by

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