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Gap, Old Navy Apparel Flagged in Toxic-Chemical Investigation

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Not even so-called “eco-friendly” children’s clothing is safe from per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, otherwise known as PFAS, a new study claims. Published Wednesday in the journal Environmental Science & Technology, the study found that many kid-targeting products, including those boasting green certifications, contained “forever chemicals” that were not listed on their labels. Among them were…

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