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The temptation of children's stationery needs to be vigilant

Source: | Author:sunbabycc | Published time: 2020-06-05 | 1238 Views | Share:
Chemicals such as stationery lead and fluorescent whitening agents may cause harm to students' bodies, and long-term use will harm children's health. Here are some common harmful substances in stationery.

   1. Lead content in stationery.

   The heavy metal content in some crayons, watercolor paints and pencil coatings currently on the market exceeds the standard. In some inferior products, the content of heavy metals such as lead even exceeds the national standard by several to tens of times. If students use this kind of stationery for a long time, especially children who love to bite a pencil or do not wash their hands in time after using pencils, harmful substances may be slowly absorbed, causing chronic lead poisoning. Children have excessive levels of lead in their blood, their memory and attention will be significantly impaired, and some may even affect their physical development. If the child is found to have memory problems and diminished attention, he should go to the hospital for examination in time.

   2. Be wary of color stickers.

   Many children like a variety of cute stickers, such as SpongeBob, Snow White and other brightly colored stickers, in fact, these colored stickers also pose a great security risk for children. First of all, the glue material in the sticker contains a lot of chemical substances, and it is easy to be adsorbed on the skin when contacted frequently. Secondly, the stickers contain various pigments, which may contain carcinogenic azo dye components. If children are exposed for a long time, the harmfulness cannot be ignored.

   3. Be wary of over-white paper.

   Most of the white paper contains fluorescent agent. Once the fluorescent agent is combined with the protein in the human body, it can only be eliminated by liver enzyme decomposition, which will undoubtedly increase the burden on the liver. In addition, the wavelength of the light emitted by the fluorescent agent is different from that of ordinary white light, and the brightness is higher. The use of white paper containing fluorescent agent is more likely to cause eye fatigue and cause eye diseases in children than ordinary white paper. If you see your child rubbing his eyes often, he should change the used white paper as soon as possible.

   There are many potential safety hazards in children's stationery, which has a particularly obvious impact on young children. Avoid buying stationery with fragrance as much as possible. The doctor reminds parents to buy stationery for children to go to a regular store to avoid children from being hurt by harmful substances in inferior products.