Senate panel examining how chemicals in daily life affect kids’ health

by drsjbecker on October 26, 2010

(CNN) — Pregnant again after two miscarriages, Molly Gray was desperate for answers that could help prevent losing a third baby.

When she heard about a small study to test the blood of pregnant women for chemicals, she signed up. The result was shocking: Gray’s blood tested high for mercury, a heavy metal that can cause brain damage to a developing fetus.


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