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October 29, 2015 

I recently saw an ad on TV claiming that bleach was the smell of clean. Bleach is respiratory irritant and can trigger asthma attacks, contact with skin or eyes can burn, and if it's mixed with other cleaners, such as ammonia, it produces a deadly gas.

Cold and flu season is approaching and disinfecting and sanitizing spaces occupied by children is essential to preventing the spread of disease. Use products only as directed on the label. Read our sanitizers and disinfectants guide for information on safer alternatives for cleaning.

TIPS: ask your child care provider or local school to become familiar with your state or city health department requirements and guidelines for the use of disinfectants, and remember, clean doesn't have an odor.

​Best,

Lauren Jesmer
​Program Manager
Healthy Schools Network, Inc.

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Kids' Health & Safety at School

MINNESOTA - A toxicology report from a school in Minnesota showed that rubber mulch on the school playground had a high level of harmful chemicals. It is unclear what the long term effects will be, but there is talk of replacing the rubber with wood. (Northland News Center)

PENNSYLVANIA - Recent reports show that some fracking sites are getting closer to schools in the state of Pennsylvania. It is also estimated that many more sites will be created in the next few years, which will affect air quality and increase the risk of explosions. (Pittsburgh City Paper)

CONNECTICUT - A federal lawsuit has been filed by a school in Connecticut against a chemical manufacturer due to a high level of PCB discovered over the winter. Removing the chemical could potentially cost millions of dollars. (Hartford Courant)

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Health & Kids

New York State has initiated a Farm to School program that will help put local crops in school lunches. In addition to health benefits, there are many economic and environmental factors that will help both students and farmers under this project. (Saratogian News)

This week is the EPA Lead Poisoning Prevention Week. Lead can have multiple negative effects on a child's health, and it is difficult to detect. There are many simple suggestions to decrease exposure and the risk of sickness. (Southern Maryland News Net)

There is much evidence that links climate change to children's health, and pediatricians are being urged to work with policy makers for legislation that will decrease the negative effects of global warming. Along with policy, efforts are also being made to promote renewable energy and resources. (EurekAlert)

Environment

KANSAS - Earthquakes in Kansas jumped from 4 in 2013 to 817 in 2014. Between October 15 and October 26, there were 52 earthquakes, most with a magnitude of around 2.0 or 3.0. This sharp increase has raised concerns over the possible connection to hydraulic fracking in the region. (Washington Post)

Toxic Products

A recent study revealed that most popular nail polishes used by young girls contain TPHP, a chemical that can potentially cause endocrine disruption. The chemical is absorbed quickly into the body, and there is currently a petition to remove the chemical from all products. (Environmental Working Group)

The debate about regulating the chemical industry and the government's responsibility towards keeping products safe for consumers is ongoing. When trade industries representing multi-million dollar corporations get involved, it's the people's health that is at risk. (Huffington Post)

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Green Cleaning

The chemical industry benefits from confusing labels on products. With more products claiming to be green, it becomes harder and harder to find out what is real and what is not. See ou​r Green Cleaning & Healthy Products website and find out more about REAL green cleaning products.
Upcoming Events

Public Forum and Panel Discussion: Healthy Schools: The Future of Children's Health
November 9, 2015
Washington, DC
3:00 PM - 5:00 PM, and Reception to Follow

National Healthy Schools Day
April 5, 2016

Have an upcoming event to include? Let us know, info@healthyschools.org 

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