[this is satire]
An environmental research group reported last month that the breast milk of American women contains high levels of a toxic flame-retardant chemical used in furniture, foam and electronics. The milk of each one of 20 women tested from across the country contained polybrominated diphenyl ethers (PBDEs) in amounts 10 to 20 times higher than their European counterparts. The Environmental Protection Agency’s Linda Birnbaum says that PBDE levels in humans are doubling every two to five years. On the positive side, American babies are rapidly becoming the most nonflammable babies in the world.