"Hispanics Face High Cancer Risk From Breathing Household Chemical"

"Hispanics have a cancer risk from air pollutants as much as five times the rate of others living in the same cities. But it isn’t outdoor air posing the greatest danger; it is something much closer to home: Toilet deodorizers and moth repellents in their bathrooms and closets. Researchers call for a ban on the carcinogenic chemical used in the consumer products."

Source: EHN, 09/11/2009
July 25, 2010 to August 2, 2010

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