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Monday, September 22, 2014

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  • Exposure to certain chemicals collectively known as ìobesogensî may be contributing to the growing obesity epidemic, because exposure has been shown to interfere with the way we metabolize fat. Culprits include some pharmaceuticals, including antidepressants, as well as nicotine, many household cleaning products and air fresheners. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed / New Canaan News Contributed
    Exposure to certain chemicals collectively known as ìobesogensî may be contributing to the growing obesity epidemic, because exposure has been shown to interfere with the way we metabolize fat. Culprits include some pharmaceuticals, including antidepressants, as well as nicotine, many household cleaning products and air fresheners. Photo: Contributed Photo, Contributed