When broken down, plastic products create tiny particles called microplastics. These nearly invisible specks seep into our water, air, and have recently been found inside our bodies. Experts discuss how we ingest microplastics, and what potential effects they may have on our health.
- Dr. Phoebe Stapleton, Assistant Professor, Department of Pharmacology and Toxicology, Rutgers University
- Dr. Laura Sadofsky, Senior Lecturer, Respiratory Medicine, Hull York Medical School