Lab results show most school supplies are safe, but some contain hazardous chemicals

 Many parents and teachers shopping for their students’ 2018-19 school supplies look for a “non-toxic” label on the products, but many products don’t have that label.
U.S. PIRG Education Fund is releasing a guide that advises consumers which products are actually non-toxic and which to avoid. This guide is being released alongside a back to school toolkit created by the Coalition for Healthier Schools.
“This fall, parents and teachers can use our safe shopping guide to help them purchase sc...

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