Formaldehyde exposure increases by 17 percent the risk of memory, thinking woes

As the level of exposure increases, those risks range from eye, nose and throat irritation to skin rashes and breathing problems. At high levels of exposure, the chemical is considered a carcinogen, linked to leukemia and some types of nose and throat cancer. A strong-smelling gas, formaldehyde is used in making building materials and plastics and often as a component of disinfectants and…

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News Source: https://www.washingtonpost.com/health/2022/02/13/formaldehyde-health-risks/

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