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New research raises concerns of toxic chemicals coming from seats inside cars

There is new research from the journal Environmental Science and Technology that is raising concerns about toxic chemicals coming from the seats inside of cars. Most seats are treated with flame-retardant chemicals because of a federal fire safety standard. The new study found those chemicals in the air inside of cars, which means drivers or passengers could be inhaling them.
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