Study links obesity to prenatal exposure to common chemicals

05/15/2008 | Reuters

A study found that developing mice exposed to common chemicals, even in very small amounts, weighed more when they grew older when compared to mice that were not exposed to the chemicals. One researcher said exposure during a critical time of development may make people "more susceptible to obesity."

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