Today’s post is a collaboration with Pressure Cooker, a podcast about feeding children and how it all became so complicated. (I’ve been on the podcast before, talking about the problems with food studies and the resulting parental whiplash.) Co-hosts Liz Dunn and Jane Black approached me to help us all understand the data on phthalates found in that…

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