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l The “National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals” by The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) shows the amount of 116 chemicals found in the blood and urine of Americans. Some industry watchdogs contend the report shows children and certain ethnic groups are more exposed to a wider variety of chemicals, such as pesticides, passive tobacco smoke and phthalates. The Environmental Defense organization offers a guide to the report on
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