Flame retardants could contribute to hyperthyroidism in older cats

22 abril 2015

For years, health advocates have been pushing to ban some flame retardants for their potentially harmful effects, especially on young children and infants. Now scientists report these compounds could play a role in a common health problem for one of our most beloved pets: cats. A new study found that cats with hyperthyroidism had high levels of certain flame retardants, hinting at a possible link.
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