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Chemicals in plastic linked to rise in obesity and diabetes | My Plastic-free Life
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Man-made chemicals present in homes, schools, offices, cars and food are probably contributing to the sharp rise in obesity and diabetes in western societies, according to a review of scientific literature published today...