Just about every supermarket offers housewares that include nonstick pots and pans, the bulk of which are included in promotional give-aways tied to store purchases. A quick glance at the headlines shows this might be time for health and wellness-minded retailers to rethink the idea. Teflon, the substance that makes cookware stick-free, is currently taking a lot of heat. In February, a panel of scientists from the Environmental Protection Agency decided that perfluorooctanoic acid - a ...

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