I sympathize with people who get nervous when they fly; I imagine using an e-cigarette might help calm them down. Whether I want to be sitting next to the person "smoking" one is a different question.
The first study to measure the number of potentially toxic chemicals in the bodies of pregnant women finds that virtually all harbor multiple contaminants -- many at levels already shown to be harmful to humans.
Jennifer LaRue Huget
| January 14, 2011; 12:00 AM ET |
Categories: Environmental Toxins, Infant health, Motherhood, Parenting, Reproductive Health, Women's Health
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