Early growth spurt: How prenatal chemical exposure shapes child development

Organophosphate esters, commonly used as substitutes for brominated flame retardants, are increasingly present in various environmental media due to their use in consumer products. Humans are exposed to these chemicals through several pathways, and they can cross the placental barrier, possibly affecting the growth of offspring. The early years of life are crucial for long-term health and development, making it essential to understand the impact of these exposures.

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