Canada’s top medical journal released a recommendation that all hospitals enact scent free policies. While perfumes, scented deodorant, lotions or creams may help people feel more attractive, “they may result in unintended harm to those who are vulnerable,” particularly people with asthma, or other upper airway or skin sensitivities, the Canadian Medical Association Journal says in an editorial published Monday. Many work places already have scent free policies. How do you feel about hospitals enacting scent free policies? Or are you surprised that they don’t already have scent free policies?
Read more here.