Next time you buy a bath towel, T-shirt or even notepad, you might want to think twice before picking the color. A new study by Rutgers University found that yellow dyes found in many common household products and items could contain a potentially harmful chemical that may be bad for your health. That chemical is PCB 11, which is regularly found in yellow dyes in printing inks, paper, paint and clothing, said Lisa Rodenburg, one of the study’s authors and associate professor in environmental chemistry at Rutgers…"PCBs cause a whole range of really worrisome health problems," Rodenburg said in an interview today with "Good Morning America." "There is enough evidence that there could be health effects from this specific kind of PCB that we should investigate further."
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