Cleaning products linked to poorer lung function
From the BBC
Regular exposure to cleaning products significantly affects lung function, research has suggested.
The study of 6,000 people by a team from Norway's University of Bergen, found women appeared to be more badly affected than men.
They said cleaning chemicals were "unnecessary" and microfiber cloths and water were "enough for most purposes".
UK experts said people should keep their homes well ventilated and use liquid cleaners instead of sprays.