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Why does everything turn out to be bad for you? A new study claims there could be toxic chemicals in your dental floss.

The new report found that women using Oral-B Glide or similar brands of dental floss could have higher levels of a toxic PFAS chemicals in their bodies.

The chemical is often used for water-resistant or grease-resistant surfaces. Stain-resistant carpets and coated cardboard food containers can also lead to higher PFAS levels.

Do you floss regularly? Does this report make you think twice about it?