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Warping by wrapping? Leonardo Trasande, environmental pediatrics director at NYU School of Medicine

Most of us have heard about the plastic pollution of the oceans, but something similar is happening to our bodies as well. Chemicals found in plastic bottles, metal cans, cosmetics, detergents, etc. flood our blood streams and may cause long-term health damage. Is reversing this micro pollution any easier than saving the oceans from the plastic bags? To discuss this, Oksana is joined by Leonardo Trasande, Director of the Division of Environmental Pediatrics at the New York University School of Medicine.


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