Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Chemicals in Your Living Room Cause Diabetes

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This shows a living roomPBDEs, common flame retardants found on household furniture, caused an increased risk of diabetes in mice only exposed to the chemicals through their mother's milk. In addition to increased glucose intolerance, researchers also noted higher levels of endocannabinoid in the livers of the offspring of mice exposed to PBDEs.