Exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances in utero linked to high BMI in infancy

08 Jun 2023

According to a study published in Environmental Health Perspectives, children of women who were exposed to high-levels of PFAS chemicals during their pregnancy had an increased likelihood of developing obesity, and having a high BMI score ages 2-5 years.


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