…university labs and an elevator. A 2017 study found a correlation between high levels of PFAS in the air and in human blood serum, and the new study used modeling that found that kindergarteners were probably exposed to more PFAS by breathing them in than by ingesting the compounds. “This reinforces that as long as…
…p breathing it in,” Bruton said. Also notable are the types of PFAS that the study detected. Among the most prevalent was 6:2 FTOH, a compound used in floor waxes, stain guards and food packaging. Industry previously claimed tha…
One thing I’ve been really curious about is how the pandemic has changed what we’ve all been exposed to. I live in a new-construction building, and the ventilation is terrible For The Sake Of The Environment. Being in here means that whatever I’m breathing in, I’m breathing in a lot of.
But there are no industrial cleaners in my home, no “commercial-strength” anything. Certainly no floor wax. How does this differ from being in an office or a school?
When it comes to these forever chemicals, outside of known outliers like fire-retardant foam, where do they get people?
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