Regularly Using Bleach Linked to Higher Risk of Fatal Lung Disease

If you’re a fan of using bleach and other disinfectants to clean with, it might be an astute move to reconsider how often — if at all — you use them. According to The Guardian, new research shows that everyday use of bleach and disinfectants containing something known as quaternary ammoniums (quats) can up your risk of asthma and life-threatening chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). For example, nurses in the study who used disinfectants at least once week had a 22 to...

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