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U.S., the chemical is also used by manufacturers as a flame retardant in
furniture cushions. Yum, right? BVO is banned in Europe and Japan, but for some
unknown reason, the American FDA thinks this chemical is totally safe for
However, a recent study suggests that ingestion of BVO can
cause skin lesions, memory loss, severe stomach problems and nerve disorders.
And scientists don’t think it’s too far-fetched to assert that many folks,
notable Dew-guzzling gamers, are getting toxic levels of BVO daily.
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