The World Health Organization has said that babies can be allergic to baby powder and its ingredients, which include baby powder from brands including Bunnings and the American Pregnancy Association.

The WHO says baby powder contains chemicals such as phenylalanine and diisopropylalanin, which can cause breathing problems for some people.

The American Pregnancies Association says the products are safe for babies and contain no chemicals that could cause allergic reactions.

The US Food and Drug Administration is still evaluating baby powder.

The FDA has said it will review the issue.

The agency says it has received hundreds of reports of people experiencing allergic reactions to baby powders.

It says people should avoid baby powder if possible and consult a doctor before using it.

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Some of the ingredients include dicamba, a herbicide that the Environmental Protection Agency says can harm human and animal health, and glyphosate, a weed killer.

It’s not known how much of the chemicals in baby powder cause reactions.

But the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology says the chemicals found in baby powdERS are the same that are present in baby food.

In fact, many of the products tested by the CDC contain chemicals that are similar to chemicals found naturally in plants, according to the group.

The group says that even if the baby powder does not contain any of the chemical, it can still cause respiratory problems for infants, and that some babies may develop an allergic reaction to certain ingredients.

“Babies exposed to these ingredients may experience symptoms such as wheezing, coughing, and difficulty breathing,” the group says.

Baby powder is made from dried ingredients that have been ground to make powder.

Many baby powder manufacturers sell baby powder in powdered form, or in capsules.

The ingredients in some baby powder products are sometimes referred to as baby powder mix.

If you have concerns about your baby, check with your doctor first.