Pollution from micro- and nanoplastics has increased exponentially in recent decades, and annual production volumes will continue to rise in the coming decades. Micro- and nanoplastics eventually enter the human food chain via water, residues in soil and animals. Italian scientists have conducted research on the effects for humans.
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