Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Flame Retardants Cause Brain Changes in Mice Offspring

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This shows a brainFemale mice exposed to PBDEs, a type of flame-retardant found on everyday household items, pass on the chemicals to their developing offspring. In female offspring, this can cause alterations in social memories and behaviors which are reminiscent of human compulsive behaviors associated with autism.