“The risks of recurrent wheeze and asthma were notably higher in homes with frequent use of certain products, such as liquid or solid air fresheners, plug-in deodorizers, dusting sprays, antimicrobial hand sanitizers and oven cleaners,” commented the paper’s lead author, Jaclyn Parks, a graduate student in the Faculty of Health Sciences at SFU. “It may be important for people to consider removing scented spray cleaning products from their cleaning routine. We believe that the smell of a healthy home is no s

Source: Exposure to cleaning products in first 3 months of life increases risk of childhood asthma — ScienceDaily

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