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Baby wears in winter
2022-11-07 09:51:02
Depending on where in the country you live, October’s chill means time to break out the pajamas that keep kids warm on winter long nights—or risk a very full family bed. Unfortunately, a large amount of children’s sleepwear—especially the fleecy, fuzzy kind—contains toxic flame retardants. It’s enough to keep you up at night.
All kids’ sleepwear between size 9 months and size 14 resist an open flame for at least three seconds. If the garment fails this flammability test, it must be treated for flame resistance. While flame retardant chemicals like chlorinated TRIS and PBDE have been phased out due to toxicity concerns, others remain, like tetrakis (hydroxymethyl) phosphonium chloride, a.k.a. “Proban” or “Securest.”
This popular treatment has been linked to a variety of health effects including genetic changes, cancer promotion, and liver and nervous system damage.

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