Flame retardant associations between children's handwipes and house dust.

  title={Flame retardant associations between children's handwipes and house dust.},
  author={Heather M Stapleton and John C Misenheimer and Kate Hoffman and Thomas F. Webster},
Polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE), flame retardants (FRs) have been ubiquitously detected at high concentrations in indoor environments; however, with their recent phase-out, more attention is being focused on measurements of exposure to alternative FRs such as organophosphate FRs (OPFRs). In our previous research, we found that PBDE residues measured on children's handwipes were a strong predictor of serum PBDE levels. Here we build upon this research to examine longitudinal changes in… CONTINUE READING
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