Personal care products increase risks for newborns: research
Taipei, March 11 (CNA) Pregnant women who use scented personal care products (PCPs) like lipsticks, skin toners and essential oils may increase the risks of allergic diseases for their newborn babies, Taiwan's National Health Research Institutes (NHRI) said in a study Monday.
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