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WASHINGTON - A federal advisory panel on Wednesday found no strong evidence of health hazards from a chemical commonly found in plastics, but left the door open for further investigation.
But when it came to exposure for fetuses or young children, the panel found what it called "some concern" about links to neural or behavioral problems, ranking the evidence midway on a five-step scale, said Michael Shelby, the toxicology program's risk-evaluation chief.