29 Aug '12, 9am

New Post: Toxic Chemicals Hiding in Disney, Dora and Spiderman School Supplies PLS

Our new investigation found 75% of children’s “back-to-school” supplies tested in a laboratory had elevated levels of toxic phthalates , including popular Disney, Spiderman, and Dora branded school supplies, such as vinyl lunchboxes, backpacks, 3-ring binders, raincoats, and rainboots.

Full article: http://www.healthychild.org/blog/comments/082912_toxic_ch...

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