Women with high levels of diethylhexyl phthalate in their urine during pregnancy had a higher risk of their child developing attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, according to a study in Environmental Health Perspectives. An infant's risk was almost three times higher when mothers had the highest levels of DEPH, compared with mothers with the lowest levels.
Maternal phthalate exposure in pregnancy tied to pediatric ADHD risk
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