Women Who Use Cleaning Products Could Be At Risk Of Suffering Lung Damage

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  1. Women Who Use Cleaning Products Could Be At Risk Of Suffering Lung Damage  The Inquisitr
  2. Chemical Cleaning Product Use Linked To Lung Function Decline Among Women: Study  Tech Times
  3. This household chore can damage your lungs  New York Daily News
  4. Long term effect of cleaning on lung function decline and COPD in the ECRHS study – American Thoracic Society  American Thoracic Society
  5. Women who clean at home or work face increased lung function decline  EurekAlert (press release)
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Researchers believe the damage caused in women s lungs is roughly the equivalent of pack years for cigarette smokers. Making sure one s house is clean and tidy may seem like a good and . A new study finds that regularly using cleaning sprays or other cleaning products could put women at risk for lung damage.. The study looked at lung function in , participants in locations around the world. Participants answered questions about how often they used cleaning products and had their lung function measured. The study found that women responsible for cleaning at home or professionally suffered a more . The research followed more than people over a year period and found women in particular suffered significant health problems after long term use of these products. Lung function decline in women working as cleaners or regularly using cleaning products at home was comparable to smoking .

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