1. PFAS ‘Forever Chemicals’ Are in Your Popcorn—and Your Blood  WIRED
  2. Fast food increases exposure to a 'forever chemical' called PFAS  National Geographic
  3. The Secret Ingredient in Your Microwave Popcorn: PFAS Chemicals - D-brief  Discover Magazine
  4. Study links home cooked meals with fewer harmful chemicals  Medical News Today
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Food packaging can contain a group of chemicals called PFAS, which have been linked to immune, thyroid, kidney, and reproductive health problems.Food packaging can contain a group of chemicals called PFAS, which have been linked to immune, thyroid, kidney, and reproductive health problems.

PFAS ‘Forever Chemicals’ Are in Your Popcorn—and Your Blood | WIRED

Used in fast food packaging, the long-lasting chemicals can seep into food—and build up in our bodies.Used in fast food packaging, the long-lasting chemicals can seep into food—and build up in our bodies.

Fast food increases exposure to a “forever chemical” called PFAS, study finds

New research suggests that people who eat more homemade meals tend to have lower levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in their blood.New research suggests that people who eat more homemade meals tend to have lower levels of per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances in their blood.

Study links home cooked meals with fewer harmful chemicals

Paper food packaging, like microwave popcorn bags and burger wrappers, are a key source of PFAS exposure, a new study finds.Paper food packaging, like microwave popcorn bags and burger wrappers, are a key source of PFAS exposure, a new study finds.

The Secret Ingredient in Your Microwave Popcorn: PFAS Chemicals - D-brief