Researchers Find Phthalates in Toys Safe

“Study Finds Diisononyl Phthalate Safe For Toys,” by Angela Logomasini
While news sources, greens, and U.S. lawmakers hype the risks about children’s exposure to the chemicals found in a host of plastic products from school supplies to toys, the government of Australia has released a comprehensive scientific review on one of the alleged culprits: DINP (diisononyl phthalate). DINP is One of nine phthalates used to make soft and flexible plastics used in a variety of valuable products — from blood bags to backpacks (see this CEI study on the topic for more information). Their finding: consumers have nothing to fear. Risks from trace exposure to this chemical are negligible. The report explains: … Read the full article on

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