POPs is an abbreviation for "persistent organic pollutants," environmental pollutants that have certain hazardous characteristics. POPs don't break down quickly in the environment or in our bodies, remaining unchanged for decades. POPs seek out and accumulate in fat of our bodies and builds up. POPs are also in the fish and meat we eat, and then begin to build up in our own
fat as we eat the fish and meat.

Benzene and Styrene are only TWO Chemicals that are considered Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs).

Browse these EPA Persistent Organic Pollutants (Pops) links

Asbestos Links
Benzene Links
Childrens Health
Doctors against POPS
Food Concerns
Health affects of Smokeing
Mothers Breast Milk Concerns
POPs and the US President
POP Information
Styrene Links

Other chemicals that are harmful to Humuns.

Formaldehyde Links

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