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Finished kitchen cabinets are emitting toxic PCBs

Finished kitchen cabinets are emitting toxic PCBs

First-of-its-kind study finds finished cabinetry is a major source of PCBs inside people's homes; scientists suspect wood sealants are the culprit

Researchers tested indoor air at 16 homes and found three types of PCBs are widespread and finished cabinets are the source of the toxics, according to a study released today.

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