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February 24, 2016 7:00 PM

Flame retardant levels drop in breast milk of California women, study finds

State study finds PBDE level dropped by 39 percent in two groups of first-time mothers

Banned statewide in 2003, the retardants linger in many homes

California was the first state to adopt standards that prompted use of PBDEs

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