Slowly, the economy is beginning to reopen. All businesses will be required to conduct more stringent cleaning and sanitizing protocols to protect works and the public from COVID-19. And, we will continue to use more of these products in our homes. That means far more chemical exposure for all. That, too, is a threat to public health. In this week's "Issues of the Environment," WEMU's David Fair speaks to Dr. Kenneth Rosenman, chief of Michigan State University's Division of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, about the dangers, and measures we can take to mitigate health impacts.