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Standing near a BBQ grill may increase cancer risks, study suggests

USATODAY.com Wednesday, 23 May 2018
Standing near a BBQ grill may increase cancer risks, study suggestsA newly published study says skin absorbs cancer causing compounds that are released by barbecue grills.
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News video: Just Standing Near a BBQ Grill May Increase Cancer Risks, Study Suggests

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A newly published study says skin absorbs cancer causing compounds that are released by barbecue grills.

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