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Nothing: Lens cleaner is sterile and does contain a tiny amount of salt and cleaner. But mostly it is liquid and the body will handle it easily with no symptoms or problems. ...Read more
Probably OK: Using an old eyeglass cleaner is little different than an old cleaning solution for your house. There is little to degenerate in these solutions. You can get an excellent cleaning, however, with a microfiber cloth which can last for years and is safe for the coatings on the lenses. ...Read more
Ozone air purifiers: Ozone air purifiers that exclusively use ozone do not remove allergens from the air. According to the epa, ozone air purifiers should not generate in excess of 50 parts per billion of ozone, but many companies circumvent this by simply not calling their machines medical devices. The epa states that ozone is dangerous due to the potential for lung damage. ...Read more
Usually a teenager: for one thing, highest use in the US is age 14-17, but worldwide huffing remains common in older kids and young adults. If you see them right afterwards, they appear pretty much like being drunk on alcohol - giddy, poor balance/speech, disinhibited (can range from happy to violent). There may be a sweet/solvent-like smell on their breath.Discoloration around mouth/nose if they also sniff paint. ...Read more
I just cleaned my toilet with usual toilet cleaner. I am 12 weeks now. I am too much worried after i came to know that it's not safe. Pls advise.
This is news to me: You make ammonia in your own body, and i'm not aware of any reason to think a whiff of hypochlorite bleach will damage junior, who is already made of tissues every bit as tough as your own. I looked on the internet and i think you've picked up a "let's just be super-safe" scare story. As a mother-to-be, you task will be to help your child recognize what is and isn't truly dangerous -- good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's OK: No appreciable amount is in your breast milk. So just wash your hands well after handling the chemicals and feel free to nurse as needed. How wonderful you are giving your baby this great start. ...Read more