US: Toxic chemicals found in kids' boots and raincoats
By Leonie Barrie | 30 August 2012
Back-to-school items including children's rainboots and raincoats have been found to contain high levels of phthalates - chemicals that are banned for use in toys in the US because of adverse health effects - according to a new report.
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