French watchdog finds high levels of 'hazardous chemicals' in nappies


In tests of widely selling baby nappies in France, the country's official national health agency Anses has found dangerous quantities of chemicals including aromatic hydrocarbons, dioxins and furans, and the presence of controversial weedkiller compound glyphosate.

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France's national health agency Anses says it has found chemicals in babies' nappies that exceed safety levels, reports BBC News.