DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS ABOUT HOUSE DUST scroll
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and easy to clean House dust seems harmless But...dust may, in fact, be 5-year-old Eleanor shares
what she learned about
dust from her dad -
an environmental health scientist.
hazardous to your health
Chemicals often to dust particles get stuck for years Some chemicals were banned in America in the 1970s, but they are still found in house dust today Chemicals are everywhere around the house At home, kids are Kids crawl around and play on the floor. Chemicals in dust can increase the risk of asthma eczema cancers endocrine and
neurodevelopmental
to be exposed to toxic
chemicals than adults.
more likely disorders They put hands and toys in their mouth and can accidentally swallow dust.
No home is without - at least a little bit of - Follow these simple rules to reduce toxic dust in your home: toxic dust You can do a lot to protect your family from toxic chemicals home In your and beyond Including helping change public and corporate policies Created by: Julia Vassey multimedia producer Todd Whitehead, PhD environmental health scientist Julia Vassey Todd Whitehead Julia Vassey juliavassey.com circle.berkeley.edu Funding provided by the NIEHS
(grants P01 ES018172 and P50ES018172)
and the USEPA (grants RD83451101 and RD83615901),
as part of CIRCLE.
CIRCLE is solely responsible for this content and does not represent the official views of NIEHS and USEPA.

DIRTY LITTLE SECRETS ABOUT HOUSE DUST scroll
or
click
and easy to clean House dust seems harmless But...dust may, in fact, be 5-year-old Eleanor shares
what she learned about
dust from her dad -
an environmental health scientist.
hazardous to your health
Chemicals often to dust particles get stuck for years Some chemicals were banned in America in the 1970s, but they are still found in house dust today Chemicals are everywhere around the house At home, kids are Kids crawl around and play on the floor. Chemicals in dust can increase the risk of asthma eczema cancers endocrine and
neurodevelopmental
to be exposed to toxic more likely disorders They put hands and toys in their mouth chemicals than adults. They put hands and toys in their mouth and can accidentally swallow dust.
No home is without - at least a little bit of - Follow these simple rules to reduce toxic dust in your home: toxic dust You can do a lot to protect your family from toxic chemicals home In your and beyond Including helping change public and corporate policies Created by: Julia Vassey multimedia producer Todd Whitehead, PhD environmental health scientist Julia Vassey Todd Whitehead Julia Vassey juliavassey.com circle.berkeley.edu Funding provided by the NIEHS and the USEPA, as part of CIRCLE. CIRCLE is solely responsible for this content and does not represent the official views of NIEHS and USEPA.