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Latex finds use in the many products in our day-to-day lives. One can see them at home in the form of hot-water bottles, balloons, swimming goggles, diaphragms, sanitary pads, rubber bands, baby nipples, bicycle parts like tubes, tires and other commonly used items like carpeting, clothes primarily on waste bands, collars, bra straps, and underwear leg openings. All these are potential health hazards for those susceptible to latex contact dermatitis.

June 16, 2010 — Mikee Mercader

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