Cleaning Products May Harm Women's Lung Function

I guess there are no surprises here.

A new study published in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine, revealed that women were at a high risk of reduced lung function (they did not look at lung cancer) after use of cleaning products as little as once per week.  This puts women who work with cleaning products (in the workforce) at higher risk.

EWG.org compared the damage to smoking a pack of cigarettes a day, so if you quit smoking, you may want to look into less toxic cleaners for your home.

Learn more at Learn more at www.ewg.org where they've listed tips for healthy cleaning options.

  • Environment
  • Toxins