Microplastics were found in human’s blood for the first time

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A Dutch study found microplastics in 80% of the human blood that came from anonymous volunteers. Half of the microplastic traces were PET plastic, common in drinking bottles and food containers. The microplastic might be making its way to the organs as well.

 

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