Chemical Used in Anti-Bacterial Soap Linked to Muscle Impairment
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Triclosan, a chemical used in everything from antibacterial soaps to mouthwash, has been found to impair normal muscle function in animals and human heart cells. The study was conducted by University of California Davis and was published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Jen Markham has the details.