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Chemical found in toothpaste, soap may double women’s chances of osteoporosis – New York Post

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A chemical banned from hand sanitizers may double a woman’s chances of developing bone disease osteoporosis, a new study claims.
Women with high exposure to triclosan were more likely to have bone issues, with Chinese researchers associating the ingredient c…
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