STLMoms: PCBs in schools

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(STLMoms) - There is a dangerous building material possibly lurking in schools and public buildings across the country. Some older building are contaminated with polychlorinated biphenyl or PCBs. Pediatrician, Dr. Kathleen Berchelmann with St. Louis Children's Hospital, visited Fox 2 Friday morning to tell us more about PCBs and their harmful effect on children.

More Information: http://childrensmd.org/browse-by-age-group/toddler-pre-school/cindy-crawford-go-far-childs-risk-pcbs/

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