Two children with acute lymphocytic leukemia play in the hospital. A study published in the journal Nature Reviews Cancer found that children in "overly clean" houses are more likely to develop ALL, the most common type of cancer in kids.
Two children with acute lymphocytic leukemia play in the hospital. A study published in the journal Nature Reviews Cancer found that children in "overly clean" houses are more likely to develop ALL, the most common type of cancer in kids. National Cancer Institute
Two children with acute lymphocytic leukemia play in the hospital. A study published in the journal Nature Reviews Cancer found that children in "overly clean" houses are more likely to develop ALL, the most common type of cancer in kids. National Cancer Institute

Your child may have a higher risk of cancer if you keep your house too clean, study says

May 22, 2018 10:05 AM