OTHER LINKS OF INTEREST
Professor Anne C. Steinemann's article: "Exposure Assessment Investigating what, where, and how pollutants affect humans and the environment, and developing ways to reduce exposures, reduce costs, and improve health; Fragranced consumer products: Chemicals emitted....."
"Not So Sexy": report on ingredients in perfumes; see links at the bottom of the page that this link opens:
Hamburg, Germany hospital offers special rooms for MCS
MCS newsletter and blog resource
CDC Establishes Fragrance-Free Policy in All Its Offices (DATE OF POLICY ISSUE: 6-22-2009)
American Chronicle article on the above CDC Fragrance-Free Policy (popular version, easier to read)
CDC National Report on Human Exposure to Environmental Chemicals (August 10, 2010)
Ashok Gupta's amygdala retraining program on DVD's for recovery from CFS/FM/MCS/EHS; looks good: workshops in England; also an excellent 12 hour course on DVDs + CD, cost $200.
Annie Hopper's "Dynamic Neural Retraining System" for recovery from MCS/ES/FM; many good testimonials: workshops, but no DVDs yet.
Three sites that are good introductions to MCS; the first is 3 pages long, and the second and third are 11 pages each.
Papers on flicker from computer monitors and fluorescent lights
Debra Lynn Dadd's Green Living Q&A Blog.
HEAL: Human Ecology Action League
AEHB: Arizona Environmental Health Bulletin, edited by Kathy Hemenway.
CIIN: Chemical Injury Information Network; their newsletter is "Our Toxic Times".
EIR: "The Environmental Illness Resource"
Teflon Oxygen Tubing
Wiggy's sleeping bags and tents. Less toxic materials. Wiggy's will tell you that not one EI has reacted to the materials in their bags.
Big Agnes camping-style self-inflating air mattresses ("sleep pads"). The last time I bought them, they were generally much less toxic than the "Therm-a-rest" brand, and only needed a few weeks of outgassing (the sun helped).
Karen's Naturals specializes in products made for people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and those wanting fragrance free personal care products. She makes a non-toxic sunscreen that may be the most natural sunscreen formulation available. One of her sunscreens is colored with real organic coffee: "Organic Max Coffee Sun Cream".
American Autoimmune Related Diseases Association