The word is that electronic screens are made with a coating that can be damaged by using the wrong cleaning products. So manufacturers have created cleaners for electronic screens. In my search for a nontoxic or (low toxic) cleaner that works well the best one I have found is called Monster. Unfortunately, it is sold by Walmart, not the best merchant-citizen, but it does the best job without ammonia or volatile organic compounds.
Here is an article that goes into detail about the new movement of cleaning in schools. It contains a long list of agenda items that make for best practices in green cleaning inside schools and also lists the advantages for student performance (perhaps a dubious point in my opinion). http://www.abm.com/why-abm/white-papers/pages/green-cleaning-programs.aspx
San Francisco is leading the way in setting green standards for private buildings. Imagine our cities requiring new buildings to conform to environmental standards. Wouldn't that be a great thing? http://www.sfgate.com/green/article/S-F-JOINS-THE-GREEN-TREND-NEW-DEVELOPMENT-2619703.php
This is that obscure spice-like thing that lots of people have but never use. It actually makes a great cleanser with a number of uses. See the details: http://www.mnn.com/your-home/at-home/stories/we-tested-it-eco-friendly-cleaning-with-cream-of-tartar
Here is a study that links job stress to illness later in life. Chronic job stress--not short term--is correlated in this Finnish study with degree of hospitalization in older age. http://www.care2.com/greenliving/work-stress-now-equals-more-hospital-visits-later.html
Here are some simple ways to be more environmentally sound in your home. These are very simple ideas, such as taking your shoes off at the door (keeps toxins from the soles of your shoes from entering your home) and similarly simple suggestions. http://www.realsimple.com/home-organizing/green-living/green-home-00000000056038/page8.html
Disposing of pills can be hazard in landfills where the pills might be found. There are ways, however to dispose of them safely. Here are some tips. http://www.realsimple.com/home-organizing/green-living/how-dispose-prescription-drugs-00100000113829/index.html