3 Cancer-Causing Chemicals That May Be Hiding in Your Home

Family working together to clean a living room. The woman uses a vacuum, while the kids clean up toys.

If you’re concerned about health and wellness, you might have thought about ways to avoid potentially dangerous chemicals in your life. The problem is, product laws and regulations often lag behind the science when it comes to cancer-causing chemicals, also known as carcinogens. On top of that, product labels are often misleading, so it can be difficult to tell which items are safe and which could carry hidden risks. Read this ShareCare story on VOCs, BPA and benzene.

Our partner, the Children’s Environmental Health Network, and the Center for Black Women’s Wellness, helped write this blog post on ShareCare as part of an ongoing series featuring experts in children’s environmental health.

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