Disinfected shopping carts cause blisters, swelling on babies’ skin

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Manitoba, Canada — Three mothers warn other parents against letting children near shopping carts that have been sanitized with disinfecting chemicals, after they say their babies developed blisters, rashes and swelling from touching carts at a grocery store. This is despite the grocery chain assuring the public that the cleaners used are Health Canada-approved.

Furthermore, research from the Canadian federal government and the five regional poison centers indicate that calls reporting exposure to disinfectants in April have more than doubled compared to the number from January. Over 1,000 calls across the country related to bleach, which seems to have become more prevalent in the last few months due to the ongoing global pandemic.

Such incidents have again brought to light the dangers and negative side effects caused by exposure to cleaning products. Read full article here: https://bit.ly/2NxlByX

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