New study finds heavy toxic metals in popular tampon brands

New study finds heavy toxic metals in popular tampon brands

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A groundbreaking new study shows that some popular tampons may have toxic heavy metals in them, such as arsenic and lead. Studies show that, over time, these toxins can cause severe damage to a human. NBC News’ Dr. Natalie Azar has more information.