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Of course, the list could go on and on, and scientists are still trying to get their arms around dosage and exposure levels. I would recommend tremendous caution in the meantime, because tens of millions of us were exposed to BPA and Phthalates for decades, while researchers were studying the ill effects. Is it really worth the risk just for the smell of lavender and vanilla in your living room?
WARNING: The hormonal life of your children could be at risk as well. See this NRDC Warning about how the phthalates spewing out of air fresheners could be putting your children, especially boys at risk. In my link on Bisphenol-A, I document some of the studies that have come out regarding the dangers of phthalates as well.
WARNING 2: Women are also likely damaging themselves when they buy air fresheners and cleaning products according to the results of one study which found double the breast cancer risk from use of such products. 
1) "Atmospheric Environment, Jun 2004, 38(18):2841-2865, "Cleaning products and air fresheners: exposure to primary and secondary air pollutants"
2) Indoor Air, Feb 7 2006, 16(3):179-191, "Cleaning products and air fresheners: emissions and resulting concentrations of glycol ethers and terpenoids"
3) Toxicology, Jun 1983, 27(2):91-102, "Reproductive toxicity of the glycol ethers"
4) Toxicological Sciences, 2002, 70:252-260, "Hepatic Effects of 2-Butoxyethanol in Rodents"
5) Regulatory Toxicology and Pharmacology, Feb 1991, 13(1):70-86, "The human relevance of the renal tumor-inducing potential of d-limonene in male rats: Implications for risk assessment"
6) American Journal of Industrial Medicine, Jan 2007, 7(5-6):403-412, "Projections of leukemia risk associated with occupational exposure to benzene"
7) Atmospheric Environment, Jun 2009, 43(18):2884-2892, "Ethnicity, housing and personal factors as determinants of VOC exposures"
8) Environmental Health, 2010, 9:40, "Self-reported chemicals exposure, beliefs about disease causation, and risk of breast cancer in the Cape Cod Breast Cancer and Environmental Study: a case-control study"
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