Study Links Formaldehyde To Asthma In Potential Preview Of EPA Findings

April 1, 2021
Environmental systematic review experts have published a new study finding “sufficient evidence of toxicity” connecting formaldehyde exposure to asthma in children and adults -- a signal that EPA researchers could reach a similar conclusion when they update a long-pending assessment of formaldehyde that previously focused on cancer risks. The new study was published online March 31 by the journal PLOS ONE , and authored by researchers affiliated with the University of California San Francisco’s Program on Reproductive Health and the...

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