Diabetics exposed to common household chemicals have lower heart disease rates, study finds

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention deemed exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances — a class of chemicals used in cookware, cleaning products and paint — a public health concern. But new research explores how exposure to PFAS may be linked to lower heart disease rates in diabetic adults.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention deemed exposure to perfluoroalkyl substances — a class of chemicals used in cookware, cleaning products and paint — a public health concern. But new research explores how exposure to PFAS may be linked to lower heart disease rates in diabetic adults. […]

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