• Health experts call for a ban on toxic 'forever chemicals' after EPA moves to cut them from tap water

    14 days ago - By Business Insider

    Sara Dean and her 2-year-old son, Patrick, at their home in Parchment, Michigan, a few months after it was discovered that Parchment's drinking water was contaminated with high levels of PFAS. David Kasnic/The Washington Post/Getty Images
    Toxic PFAS, aka "forever chemicals," are in water , food, furniture, and clothes across the US.
    The EPA's new proposal to limit the substances in drinking water is a step in the right direction.
    But PFAS experts say the government should ban the chemicals in everyday products .
    "Forever chemicals" are toxic, they're everywhere, and they don't break down...
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