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Using moisturizers, lipstick during pregnancy may stunt child growth

Using moisturizers and lipstick, rich in toxic plastic chemical, during pregnancy can affect your baby's motor skills in adolescence, warns a new study. It shows maternal exposure to phthalates, plasticizer chemicals, in late pregnancy could have long-lasting adverse effects on motor function in children. The health risks of phthalates for children include elevated risk for asthma and cognitive issues.