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"Protecting children from fire doesn't require exposing them to toxic chemicals."

According to Lynne Peeples, many health experts caution that the added chemicals in products treated with flame retardants likely pose a greater health risk than any flames they might fend off. Common flame retardants have been linked with learning disorders, reduced fertility and cancer, they say, and non-chemical alternatives do exist. Read the full Huffington Post article here.