Discover what people are saying about who reports these reactions, history on perfumes, some ingredients, other chemicals and air fresheners.
“Even if the general population isn’t likely to suffer acute effects from exposure to fragrances, there are long-term chronic health effects connected to these chemicals that we don’t fully understand yet,” says [Carrie] Loewenherz [an industrial hygienist for the New York Committee for Occupational Safety and Health] (Lyman).
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Lyman, Francesca (Feb 12, 2003). “What the nose knows – Think twice before buying a loved one perfume, cologne.” MSNBC: http://msnbc.msn.com/id/3076635/.
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