5 Things Found in Your Bathroom That Are More Dangerous Than Marijuana

The bathroom is one of the most commonly used rooms in the house, but it is also quite possibly the most dangerous room in the house. People shower and bathe in the bathroom, which is very healthy for their hygiene, but can be very harmful to their physical health. Bathrooms are prone to many accidents because people aren’t always careful when they’re bathing, so they often injure themselves, requiring immediate medical attention. For this reason, bathrooms are more dangerous than marijuana.

First, although it’s an essential resource, water is one of the many dangerous things in the bathroom. In 2011, water caused more than a third of bathroom injuries from bathing, showering, and getting out of the tub or shower, the most hazardous bathroom activity sending over 70,000 people to the hospital. Shampoos, conditioners, and many bath products have added chemicals like formaldehyde and 1,4-dioxane, making them very dangerous. These chemicals are both linked to cancer and a number of skin conditions. Toilets are also dangerous things in bathrooms because, "You get a great spray out of the toilet when you flush it. This throws bacteria out of the toilet,” which means that germs lurk in neglected areas where the toilet splashes, so be careful the next time you use the bathroom.

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Nowadays, would your parents still be upset if they caught you consuming cannabis? Parents these days have much more progressive opinions on cannabis, and perhaps if they caught their kids consuming, they wouldn't necessarily punish them. While some parents still want their children to wait until the legal age to consume (if they choose to do so, at all), others don't believe it would be the end of the world if they "caught" their kids smoking pot earlier than that.

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