A study in the journal Environmental Science & Technology found toxic and untested chemical flame retardants in 80% of baby products, such as car seats and changing pads, while one-third of the products had chlorinated tris -- a chemical that was removed from children's pajamas for cancer risks. But chemistry professor Gordon Nelson said some of the products studied were purchased before a chemical called PentaBDE was phased out, noting that currently available products might appear safer if tested.

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