Kids are heading back to their schools, but there is a fear of whooping cough all around Massachusetts, which has actually made the parents’ concern about their kid’s health.
There are some scary headlines swerving all around in regard to an abrupt rise in whooping cough in Massachusetts and toxic chemicals in school supplies. This is something that has raised concerns regarding school health hazards among the parents.
Experts have been asked to advice some safety tips to the parents and school staff to avoid contracting the danger from these.
In August a report was released in which it was clearly mentioned that not only in food items but there are a number of other things to be used by children, which contain higher levels of phthalates.
It is a synthetic chemical that is generally found in soft plastics and is lethal for children. How can the federal government allow such supplies to school children when they know the level of danger they are entitled to?
Phthalates is a dangerous chemical because when it comes into contact with body cells, it restricts the production of certain hormones such as insulin or estrogen.
Raincoats, school bags, lunch boxes emblazoned with Spiderman and Dora, backpacks, and 3-ring binders; all are included in the list.
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