Surprising Link Between Your House and Your Cat's Thyroid

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  • Another study was recently published linking flame retardants, specifically polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs), to hyperthyroidism in cats. Cats with the disease have higher blood levels of PBDEs than cats with normal thyroid function

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