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Doctors have called for a on perfumes and in hospitals and . They say they contain chemicals that can lead to asthma and . Over half of asthma attacks are caused by strong smells, as perfumes, aftershaves, cigarette smoke, cleaning and other strong odours. Dr Ken Flegel and Dr James Martin of McGill University wrote about the of smells in hospitals. They said: "Hospital free from scents should become a uniform policy, promoting the of patients, staff and visitors alike."

Strong smells affect of us. Around a of people say they are physically affected by scents. The doctors said this should be a concern in all hospitals. They wrote that although artificial scents try to make us attractive, they may harm people who have bodies. There is more and more that artificial scents make asthma . The doctors said this is worrying in hospitals where there are many with asthma or skin problems. They warn that perfumes and aftershaves can make a patient's worse.

 
 

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