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What Are the Health Risks of Microwaving Food in Styrofoam Containers?

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Polystyrene is commonly used as a disposable means of storing food and drink. Chinese take-out dinner image by Edward Stephens from Fotolia.com. Styrofoam, according to environmental website Grinning Planet, "is a trademarked material made by the Dow
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