The results of a new study suggest that children in households with frequent use of toxic chemicals in household cleaners were more likely to show delays in cognitive and language development by age two.
A new first of its kind study suggests infants who are exposed to cleaning products are more likely to develop asthma and wheeze later in life than their unexposed counterparts.
A new study found that exposure during the first trimester of pregnancy to mixtures of suspected endocrine-disrupting chemicals found in consumer products is related to lower IQ in children by age 7.
If you clean with bleach you might want to rethink that practice. Researchers have now discovered that bleach fumes, in combination with light and a citrus compound found in many household products, can form airborne particles that might be harmful when inhaled by pets or people.
The potential dangers from commercial cleaning product chemicals has just gotten very real. The results of a new scientific study … More
The next time you go to spritz your favorite perfume or clean the bathtub, remember that you are contributing to … More
A new study has linked the chemicals in common disinfectants and preservatives in household and personal care products such as … More
While it is not particularly helpful to consumers in the U.S., Big Chemical’s efforts at transparency in Europe is making … More