Fragrances and Work-Related Asthma

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Fragranced products are used in many California workplaces and have been associated with over 300 cases of work-related asthma. A new analysis of fragrances and work-related asthma found that perfume was the ninth most common exposure reported by all work-related asthma cases tracked by the California Department of Public Health’s Work-Related Asthma Prevention Program (WRAPP). See this article and resources for preventing work-related asthma in our latest Occupational Health Watch at http://bit.ly/OHWFragrance.

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