5 Things You Should Stop Buying This Year

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Behind the attractive labeling and advertising, there’s a dizzying array of chemicals that go into many items we buy.

These chemicals make products smell good, help fight grease and dirt, and make our busy lives easier. But some of them also have drawbacks — like the potential to harm you or the environment, if not also a higher price tag than safer alternatives.

Following is a sampling of household products that you might not have given much thought to before but might want to stop buying in 2019.

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