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Harmful Chemical Found in 75 Sock Brands

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The California-based Center for Environmental Health (CEH) has found elevated BPA (bisphenol A) levels in socks, primarily made of polyester with spandex, from several brands. All size ranges are included, but the emphasis is on babies’/children’s socks. Different blends of polyester, cotton and spandex were tested and the concentrations found were up to 19 times…

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