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  • An estimated 1,762,450 cancers will be in diagnosed in 2019, which equals more than 4,800 new cases each day.
  • The lifetime probability of being diagnosed with cancer is 39.3% for men and 37.7% for women, which is a little more than 1 in 3.
  • 22% of deaths in the US in 2016 were from cancer, making it the second leading cause of death after heart disease in both men and women.
  • Rates of new liver cancers are rising faster than for any other cancer. People infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) are at greater risk for liver cancer. All baby boomers (those born between 1945 and 1965) are recommended to be tested for HCV because 75% of HCV-infected people are in this age group. Other risk factors for liver cancer include obesity, heavy drinking, and smoking.
  • Rates of new cases also rose for melanoma skin cancerthyroid cancerendometrial cancer, and pancreatic cancer.

“Cancer Statistics 2019” can be viewed at cacancerjournal.com, while “Cancer Facts & Figures 2019” is available at cancer.org/statistics.

There is no doubt that small, positive changes are going to impact you and your loved ones. Here are some tips to get you started on your journey.

  1. Begin to think about the top items in your home that are the most toxic and bothersome.
  2. Start small! Don’t attempt to replace everything at once. You can get overwhelmed. With anything new, take some baby steps until you are comfortable.
  3. Explore our Learning Center to find out tips and ideas to make your transition a little easier.
  4. Look through your cabinet and see what is almost in need of replacement. There is no better time to replace it with a new product.
  5. Begin to think about your preferences and what you want to get out of your cleaning products. Do you like fragrance? Replace your product with one that is fragranced with essential oils. Do you want one product that does most everything? These will help you to choose your new product line.
  6. Start with one room at a time and begin to just replace a few products at a time.
  7. Don’t forget to make notes of your biggest concerns about chemicals and do some research on these topics. Don’t forget that when you are educated, a new transition is easier!
  8. Don't forget to tell a friend. It is much easier to transition with a buddy!
  9. Follow Edge on Twitter, Facebook and check in regularly with our blog and latest coverage of chemicals in the news.
  10. Relax and breathe easier knowing that you are making better choices for a healthier life!

Steam is your best bet for killing 99.99% of germs on contact. It kills dust mites and mold as well. Nothing can survive steam. It is as non-toxic as you can get as you are only using water. Each steamer is going to be used with the instructions from the manufacturer. Not all steamers are the same.

Floor Steamers:

  1. Know your floor type: DO NOT skip this step. Not all flooring can withstand steam and it can be damaged. Edge advises that you contact your manufacturer to see if you can use steam.
  2. Can your floor steamer pass the paper towel test?

Take a damp paper towel and wipe the area that you have just cleaned. If the paper towel is clean, the floor is clean. If it comes up black and dirty, your steamer may not be doing all that you had hoped.

  1. Water: Be sure to use the correct water and empty the container after each use.
  2. Removable Pad: Follow directions for laundering the pad.


A few tips for buying a floor steamer:
1. Look at reviews of other users when making your purchase. 
2. Not all models are the same, you want a floor pad that can actually touch the floor and has some weight to it. The flat floor pads with no contour will not suite your needs for floors.
3. Consider the traffic in your home and on your floors. This will help you determine how strong of a steamer you will need. 
4. Watch pricing and sales, you can get a really good steamer when the stores mail coupons. 
5. Always consider that you will need distilled water to use in the steamer. Regular water is too hard and will ruin your new purchase. 

Hand Steamers:
Hand steamers can be your best friend. Even if you prefer to use them only bedding, curtains and furniture, it is well worth the purchase. Whether you plan to clean with it or just sanitize certain things, you will want to make sure that the product fits your lifestyle. You will also want to consider if you have enough room to store your new product and its attachments. Hand steamers can be your best friend. You can replace all of your other cleaning products with this one device. 


A few tips for buying a hand steamer:
1. Look at reviews from other users before making your purchase. 
2. They are not easily found at retailers. Most have to be ordered online at this time but are well worth having. 
3. Choose one that has a trigger that will allow you to only shoot steam when you want to. The ones that run non-stop are frustrating to use. 
4. Be sure to get one that has attachments, you want to have choices when using it.

My son was diagnosed with allergies and asthma at age 2. I was told to ‘watch for triggers’ but there were no details available on household products. No professional teams could provide answers regarding cleaning products. I began researching and asking questions. My journey began several years ago while I was just looking for my own answers and now Edge Green Cleaning is helping others answer the same questions and create a healthy environment of their own.  

Experience the Edge in green cleaning and learn about the staggering statistics that affect your family and office staff every day. Learn about your role in keeping your family and office staff safe and reducing the chances of health concerns. There are approximately 1000 new chemicals introduced each year. There are so many things that are out of your control, but green cleaning and reducing our toxic home and office is something that you can control. 

We will help you understand:

  • The function of the body, reactions to toxins, and statistics that will astound you.
  • Will spend time discussing chemicals, abbreviations, and what type of products they hide in.
  • Our recommendations of safe products that are readily available and how to slowly transition your home or office.

Environmental Detox. Green Education- 

 I love to hear from those who have participated in our classes. I hear so many stories that are so close to what I experienced with my child. Mothers are shocked by the number of chemicals that their children have contact with daily. Many participants contact me later and say, "I threw it all away and I am starting over."

I am passionate about what I do because it is amazing to see the results that come from reducing chemical exposure in the home and office. - Suzanne Polsinelli

Participants Experience:

"Suzanne spoke to our women's group giving a detailed yet practical approach to green cleaning. I was amazed to find out that I could clean my house well within my budget. I have been using her suggestions for almost a year now. The best benefit is that I no longer feel sick after cleaning. No more headaches, nausea, bronchial irritations or asthma. Plus, I have no concerns about having my kids help with the cleaning."
- Ali

After Cleaning, Do You Experience:

  • Asthma symptomsHeadaches
  • Tiredness
  • Cough
  • Watery Eyes
  • Runny Nose
           

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