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What does PFAS do to the body?

(Sophie Morse for WBUR)
(Sophie Morse for WBUR)

PFAS are harmful chemicals found in products we use every day. They’re even prevalent in drinking water. Scientists say consuming even small amounts can be toxic and lead to health concerns.

WBUR’s Gabrielle Emanuel explains what PFAS do to our bodies and how you can reduce your exposure.

(Sophie Morse for WBUR)

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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