The Charms And Harms Of Air Fresheners

The Charms And Harms Of Air Fresheners By Catherine J. Frompovich Are you aware that “secondhand scents” or indirect exposure to room air fresheners raise parallel concerns to “secondhand tobacco smoke”?  Professor Anne Steinemann of the University of Melbourne in Australia [1] submits that connection. Professor Steinemann, whose work I have followed for a few years, recently emailed me a list of some of her recent papers published regarding research on chemical exposures, fragranced consumer products, and health effects, which I’d like to introduce my readers to because your lungs and…

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