LDA hosts event to draw attention to link between toxic chemicals and health

 

Did you see the Nov. 12th Star Tribune article about the link between pollution and ADHD? The article states pollution in food and air might help explain a surge in diagnosis of ADHD, which now impacts 11% of children.

  

LDA Minnesota has been working on these issues for years. Come hear about another source of toxic chemicals impacting children's health: flame retardants in your furniture. LDA is hosting a free screening of the HBO documentary, "Toxic Hot Seat," on Thursday, Dec. 4.

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