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March 1998
Mothering;Mar/Apr98, Issue 87, p42
Presents news on campaign against chemicals and products which have hazardous effects to humans and environment. Campaign by Greenpeace for parents not to buy polyvinyl chloride (PVC) toys which is said to contain lead and cadmium; Warning on airbags for children under 12; Best sources of calcium. INSETS: Tobacco use and children;How touching.


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