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Index to Our Toxic Times (April 1994 thru February 2008)

By Subject: A B C D E F G H I-J K-L M N O P-Q R S T U-V W-Z
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bullet ACTIVISTS:
2/08- Setting the Record Straight by S.Locke
12/07- Thomas Kerns: When the Day is Particularly Beautiful by S. Wachsler
11/07- Dorothy Baker: We Are All What We Believe Ourselves to Be by S. Wachsler
10/07- Barb Wilkie: I Remain Extremely Thankful by S. Wachsler.
9/07- Honn Wins Award
5/07- Oregon Group Seeks to Curb Roadside Spraying
5/06- John Hopkins Presentation (Dr. Larry Plumlee)
1/06- Raffle Winner
10/05- MCS Sufferer Elected to City Council.
9/05- CIIN Member Helps Stop Pesticide Use on School Grounds by O. L. Lawrence
2/05- Jim Forbes Earns National Award for Work with MCS
4/04- School Advocate Dies [Irene Wilkenfeld obituary].
3/04- The Lazy Activist by D. Holasek
10-11/03- Susan Molloy Receives The Theron Randolph Award for Courage in MCS Activism by L. Plumlee
6/03- President of White Lung Association Dies
2/03- Wilson Makes "Who's Who"
2/03- Peggy Wolff Joins CIIN, CIIN Joins Health Care Without Harm.
2/03- Lynn Lawson's Health Declines and MCS H&E Considers Merger by C. Wilson.
2/02- CIIN Awards 2001 Activist of the Year to Ann McCampbell
7/00- Activists File Lawsuit to Halt NY Pesticide Spraying by Beyond Pesticides/National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides

bullet ADA:
11/06- UN Panel Approves Treaty on Rights of Disabled by I. Arieff
2/06- Local ADA Committee Implements MCS Accommodations by Z. Hildebrandt
9/5- Disability Activist Blast PBS for Insensitivity
9/05- Meant to Protect Emerging Disabilities, ADA Still Faces Continuing Daubert Challenges
11/04- Office Odor Sensitivity and the Americans with Disabilities Act by J. D. Brecht.
11/04- Court Upholds ADA in State Discrimination Case
10/04- Supreme Court Upholds ADA In Case Against State Discrimination
7/04- Worksite Accommodation for Chemical Sensitivity by T. DeFreitas
6/04- Work-Site Accommodation Ideas For Individuals With Fragrance Sensitivity by T. DeFreitas Saab.
5/04, 4/04, 3/04, 12/03, 9/03, 8/03, 7/03, 6/03- 8 part series: Reasonable Accommodation and Undue Hardship Under the Americans with Disabilities Act
12/02- New Accessibility Guidelines for Recreation Facilities.
12/02- U.S. Counts One in 12 Children As Disabled by D. Cohn
9/02- Opponents of ADA Fill Crucial Judicial Positions, Enforcement in Jeopardy.
8/02- Access Board Releases Draft Guidelines on Rights-of Way, and AB Meeting Policy, and Fragrance-Free Environments.
7/02- EEOC Issues Final Rule on Applying the ADA to the Federal Workforce.
7/02- Employment May Be More Difficult for MCS Sufferers Using the ADA.
2/02- Access Board Finally Ack­nowledges MCS by S. Wachsler
6/01- States Need Not Pay Monetary Damages for Violating ADA by J. f. Colson.
3/00- U.S. Access Board to Revamp the ADA by S Molloy & A Jack­son
5/97- Industry Attacks Use of the ADA by Employees With MCS by C Wilson

bullet AGENT ORANGE:
10/94- Agent Orange Legacy

Bullet AIR POLLUTION:
2/08- Balmy Weather Brings Air Pollution by J. Richardson
10/07- Pollution Causes 40% of Deaths Worldwide
9/07- Air Pollution to linked Clogged Arteries
8/07- China Warned of Pollution Disaster
4/07- Smog Rules Illegally Weakened
1/07- MA Toxics Use Reduction Institute by R. Dooley
1/07- Scientist Question U.S. Air Pollution Decision
12/06- Committee Recommends Adding 10 Chemicals to POPs List by H. McMenamin
12/06- New Light on Health Dangers of Nanoparticles
11/06- China's Annual Pollution Costs Top $200 Billion by C. Hawke
11/06- Weakened Emissions Rule Upheld by J. Eilperin
7/06- Health Effects of Nanoparticles Tested
12/05- Pollution Blamed for Girl-Baby Boom by M. Mittelstadt
11/05- Those Reducing Toxics Use Honored in MA
11/05- Rural Living Easier on the Lungs
4/05- Mercury Emissions to be Traded, EPA Criticized on Pollution Rule by S. Vedantam
5/05- Air Pollution is Hard on the Heart by T. deFrance
11/04- Strokes Go Up as Air Quality Drops
9/04- Northeast Blackout Clarifies Air Pollution
9/04- Pollutants Cause Huge Rise In Brain Diseases by J. Jowit
2/04- Study Finds Toxic Soup in Household Air & Dust.
1/04- Bad Air Breeds Ailments in Homes, Schools, Offices by A. Miller
12/03- Studies Link Air Pollution to Brain and Heart Problems by L. Lee.
3/03- Pollution Linked to Chronic Health Problems by PIRG
11/02- EPA Stops Fining Polluters
4/02- Breathing May Be Hazard­ous to Health As Pollution Worsens Across the Country by D. DeNoon.
2/02- Industrial Air Pollution and Health Part 2: Effects of Air Pollution on Several Common Diseases by D. van Steenis.
11/01- Industrial Air Pollution and Health Part 1: Official Actions and Statistics Taken to Task by D. van Steenis
2/01- Particles Do Increase Deaths Study Shows
10/00- ALA Takes on Wood Smoke
12/99- A Killing Haze
10/99- Indoor Air "99
9/98- Choosing Where to Live
8/98- Overfilling Gas tank Hurts Cars & Environment by K Human

Bullet AMINOLEVULINIC ACID:
2/99- Proposed Mechanism for How ALA Initiates the Three Legs of MCS

Bullet ANTIOXIDANTS:
7/99- Antioxidants: Supplements Getting Recognition by J Wilson
12/95- The Critical Balance of Antioxidants by C Duehring

Bullet APHA:
12/98- APHA Adopts Resolution on MCS Report

Bullet ASPARTAME:
10/06- Aspartame Doubles as Ant Poison by J. Jensen
5/04- Doctor Blames Aspartame for PCS (MCS) and GWS by D. Harkins
11/95- Neurotoxic Potential of Aspartame by AV Newman & BA Mullarkey

Bullet ASTHMA:
11/07- Spray Cleaners May Raise Asthma Risk by S. Boyles
12/06- Study Shows Antioxidant Supplements Benefit Asthmatics by T. deFrance
5/06- Significant Overlaps Found in Asthma and Chemical Sensitivity by t. deFrance
5/06- Reducing Exposures Reduces Asthma Symptoms.
7/03- high Risk of Asthma from Cockroaches, Pesticides, and More
7/03- Study Shows Antioxidant Supplements Benefit Asthmatics Exposed to Ozone by T. deFrance.

Bullet ATSDR:
7/94- ATSDR Fails Public by S Lester

BulletAUTISM:
7/06, 5/06- The Age of Autism: ‘A Pretty Big Secret" by D. Olmstead
7/99- University of Florida Finds possible Link Between Autism, Schizophrenia, and Diet by M Fridl Ross
11/98- Is Autism Caused by Chemical Exposure? by N Neighbor

BulletAUTOIMMUNE DISEASE:
10/01- Autoimmunity Prevalent in Woman by D. Christensen
8/01- Autoimmunity May Halt Nerve Damage by J. Netting
4/00- More Women Contract Autoimmune Diseases
3/99- Autoimmune Disease & the Environment


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Bullet BIOACCUMULATION:
4/04- understanding the Monitoring of Industrial Chemicals Found in the Body by T. deFrance

Bullet BIO-REMEDIATION:
12/07- Genetically Modified Plants Vacuum Up Toxins.

Bullet BIRTH DEFECTS:
8/07- More Birth Defects than Average in Rio Grande Valley by M. McEver
2/07- Pesticides Linked to Anencephaly by G. Stemp-Morlock
1/07- SSRI Use Raies Rick of Birth Defects
7/05- Pesticides Found to Cause Transgenerational Damage by T. Montague
7/05- Phthalates Linked to Genital Abnormalities in Boys by M. Cone.
7/03- Mind Numbing: Anethesia in Baby Rats Stunts Brain Development by K. Morgan
7/03- Pollution Lowers Birth Weight by J. Wakefield
4/03- Life Near the Fast Lane Increases Risk of Birth Problems by E. Hood.
2/02- Gulf War Veterans' at Higher Risk of having Children with Birth Defects by Treesha deFrance.
11/98- Toxic Waste Sites in Britain by N Neighbor
11/96- Dursban Linked to Birth Defects

Bullet BLOOD:
4/99- EMF-Linked Neurovegetative, Immunologic, and Hematologic Disorders Confirmed in Humans by C Duehring
4/97- GWS Expanding Knowledge on Permeability of Blood-Brain Barrier by Dr. I Hanin
12/95- EMFs Effect Blood/ Brain Barrier by C Duehring
4/94- Chemicals in the Blood Supply Mimic Aids Virus by SN Owens


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Bullet CACOSMIA:
3/98- Objective Evidence of Neurobiological Process in Odor Intolerant Individuals by C Duehring
2/97- Polysomnographic Testing Shows Objective Evidence of Sleep Disturbances in Individuals with Relatively Mild Chemical Odor Intolerance by C Duehring
8/96- Chemical Odor Intolerance (Cacos­mia) in College Students is Consistent with Time-Dependent Sensitization by C Duehring

Bullet CANCER:
9/07- Conflict of Interest in Cancer Research in Widespread by T. deFrance
7/07- Black Raspberries Highly Effective in Preventing Cancer by M. Adams
7/07- Why Broccoli and Soy Fight Cancer
6/07- Chemotherapy Fog is No Longer Ignored as Illusion by J. Gross
6/07- Summary of Connection Between Environmental Pollutants and Breast Cancer by J.G. Brody, et al.
6/05- Researchers Present Dramatic Cancer Findings by Miller School of Med.
6/03- Prostate Cancer Risk Linked to Pesticides
12/02- New Statistics Show Increase, Not Decline, in Cancer Rates by S. Begle.
9/01- Conference issue: Chemicals and Cancer by J. Huff
6/01- Cancer Rates Are Up, {articularly for Cancers That Affect the Young.
10/00- Deadly Brain Tumors                              on  the Rise: Chemical Causation and  Promising New Treatment
2/00- Government To Look at Toxic Causes Of Disease
11/99- Breast Cancer Study raises Questions by S Patton
9/98- Dichlorvos and Cancer by J Huff & P Chan
7/98- Breast Cancer, rBGH & Milk from REHW
5/97- Mutated Cold Virus to Fight Cancer
5/97- Increase Risk of Ovarian Cancer
1/97- Litigating Chemically Induced Cancer Cases Years Later by R Alexander Esq
1/96- Organophosphates Increase Risk of Leukemia by N McFadden

Bullet CARBONLESS PAPER:
12/99- The Dangers of Carbonless Copy Paper
4/97- NIOSH Investigates Carbonless Paper

BulletCARDIAC EFFECTS:
1/06- A 2nd Study Finds Heart Attacks Fall After City Enacts Smoking Ban by K. Auge
5/05- Air Pollution is Hard on the Heart by T. deFrance
5/99- Cardiac Effects and Sudden Death from Solvent and Aerosol Exposures by C Duehring
3/99- Cardiac & Respiratory Disease Risk Found in Epidemiological Study of Chemical Odor Intolerance by C Duehring
9/94- Toxic Responses of the Heart &Vascular Systems by C Duehring

BulletCARPET TOXICITY:
9/05- MCS Leads to Carpet-Fume Legislation in Vermont by J. Larkin
2/99- Carpet Toxicity Associated with MCS & Chronic Illness in Humans by C Duehring
3/97- Plaintiffs Win Toxic Carpet Suit by C Duehring
5/96- Toxic Carpet Emissions by RC Anderson
6/95- CRI Undermines Media & CPSC
8/94- EPA Report & Monsanto Memos Shed Light on Toxic Carpet Controversy by C Wilson

Bullet CELL PHONES:
6/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Safer Cell Phone Usage by M. Dooley
12/06- Cell Phone Base Stations Change Brain Currents
12/06- Cell Phones Could Alert Users to Harmful Chemicals
7/06- Cooking with Cell Phones by S. Mueller
3/05- Mobile Phones Pose Tumor Risk to Young Children by S. Coates, N. Hawkes, A. Blair
7/04- Health Symptoms of Residents Living Near Cellular Phone Base Stations by T. deFrance
3/03- Cell phones May Trigger Alzheimer's Disease by BBC News
3/00- Cell-Phone Health Effects Appear more Likely by J. Raloff
3/00- Cellular Phone EMFs Raise Blood Pressure
7/98- Headaches from Cellular Telephones: Are They Real & What Are the Implications? (Commentary) by AH Frey
9/97- Environmental Toxins: The Case of Cellular Transmitters & Health by DA Dahlberg

Bullet CHEMICAL BODY BURDEN:
10/06- Walking, Talking Toxic Waste Dumps by S. Phinney
8/05- Hundreds of Toxic Chemicals  Measured in Newborn's Blood by B. Walker.
8/05- Third National CDC Body Burden Study Funds Widespread Pesticide Exposure

Bullet CHEMICAL INJURY INFORMATION NETWORK —CIIN:
4/07- Yikes! by C. Wilson (200th issue of OTT)
1/07- CIIN Creates Grassroots Grant to Get the Word Out on MCS by S. Locke
12/06- CIIN's 2006 and Plans for Next Year
2/06- Date and Hotel Selected for MCS Case Definition Workshop
8/05- CIIN Introduces Raffle fundraiser
2/05- Plans Finalized for National Agenda Meeting in April
9/04 - CIIN's National Agenda Meeting by S. Locke
9/03- disaster, Change, and No October Issue of Our Toxic Times.
9/03- Final Preparations Underway 2003 Chemical Injury Conference by S Locke.
12/02- Looking Back, Looking Forward.

Bullet CHEMICAL SUSCEPTIBILITY:
10/07- Gener-Bias Holds in Animal Model for Low-Level Toluene Sensitization by T deFrance
2/07- Biomarkers for Susceptibility to Chemical Exposure by T. deFrance.
5/03- Finding of Susceptibility to Chemical Sensitivity in Laboratory Animals by T. deFrance.
9/00– Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment, Part 3 a profile by C. Duehring
6/00- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatments by C. Duehring
10/98- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment by C Duehring
12/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring
10/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring
9/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring

BulletCHEMICAL TESTING:
11/07- DNA Testing for Chemical Exposure by Dr. Philippa Brice.
8/07- New Biomarkers for Gauging Paraben Exposure by E. Hood
7/07- Chemical Testing by the YO_15 Method by A. Martin

Bullet CHILDREN:
10/07- 30% of Disease in Children Result from the Environment
9/07- Parents Warned Cough Medicine May Imperil Infants by G. Harris
5/07- Lindane Banned by EPA, Still Allowed by FDA in Children's Products by C. Evans
12/06- Sunscreen with Benzophenone-3 Unsuitable for Children
12/06- Researchers Advocate Increased Chemical Testing to Protect Children by H. McMenamin
11/06- Environmental Factors Cause 1/3 of Childhood Disease by J. Soltes
11/06- EPA May Approve Neurotoxic Pesticides That Harm Developing Fetuses and Children
10/06- Legal Brief Claims EPA Failed to Follow NAS in Human Studies Rule.
12/05- Pollution Blamed for Girl-Baby Boom by M. Mittelstadt
12/05- Proof that Pesticides Adversely Impact the Development of Children by C. Wilson
10/05- EPA Sued Over Mercury on Behalf of Children by K. Woznicki
10/05- Over Congressional Opposition, EPA Still Backs Human Pesticide Testing. Proposed EPA Rules On Human Testing Come Under Attack. Exceptions in New EPA Rules Would Allow Testing Pesticides on Children.
12/04- Air Fresheners & Aerosols Harm Mothers & Children
12/04- EPA and Chemical Industry Want to Pay Families to Expose Children to Pesticides.
6/03- Schools Protecting Children from Pesticides
5/03- American Chemical Society Builds Case for Declining Children's Health by B. Hileman
4/03- Rising Asthma Rates and Toxic Mercury Levels in Children by PSR.
3/03- Legislating Pesticide Safety in the Schools by B. Rubin
12/02- U.S. Counts One in 12 Children As Disabled by D. Cohn
9/02- Toxic Environmental Threats to Child Development
6/02- Pollution Kills Thousands of Children.
6/02- Congress Fails to Protect Children at School as SEPA Gets Booted.
3/02- EPA Introduces Voluntary Children's Chemical Evaluation Program
7/01- Oakland Ends the Use of Pesticides in Schools
7/01- Children's Pesticide Exposure to be Curtailed Under Senate Education Bill.
12/00- Disposable Diapers Off-Gas Respiratory Irritants by M Trice
12/00- Conference Com­ments Who's Minding the Children by K. Balthrop
7/99- Children and Toxic Substances by M Schaefer
7/98- Agri-Chemicals Adversely Impact the Development of Children by C Wilson
3/98- Playing with Pesticides, Children at Risk
8/95- Food Additives Effect Behavior of Children by C Duehring
5/95- Pesticides & Children & childhood cancer
7/00- The Developing Brain and the Environment by B. Weiss & P.J. Landrigan

Bullet CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME:
8/07- Chronic Fatigue No Longer Seen as ‘Yuppie Flu' by D. Tuller
7/07- Related Proteome in CFS Patients' Cerebrospinal Fluid by T. deFrance
7/06- First Official Death From Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Recorded by R. Hooper
6/06- Study Clarifies Chronic Fatigue's Genetic Component by R. Weiss
8/05- Gene Abnormalities Found in CFS
10/04- Improvement Needed for CFS Case Definition
10-11/03- MCS, CFS, and FM Centered on Elevated Levels of Nitric Oxide, Its Oxidant Product, Peroxynitrite and NMDA activity by M.L. Pall.
12/02- Marine Neurotoxin Discovered in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
7/01- Korean Court Recognizes CFS as Job-Related Illness
5/01- Pesticide Exposure Linked to MCS and CFS in British Gulf War Veterans.
11/99- NIAID Funds Three CFS Research Centers
12/96- Chemical Exposure in Chronic Fatigue by C Wilson
2/96- Organochlorines & CFS by Dr. M Donohoe
8/95- Porphyria & Chronic Fatigue by C Duehring

Bullet CLEANERS:
11/07- Spray Cleaners May Raise Asthma Risk by S. Boyles
8/06- Study warns of Cleaning Product Risks by L. Greensfelder
10/02- "Superclean" Homes Increasing Antibiotic Resistance by B. Vastag
6/01- Common Household Antibacterial Found to be Ineffective by E. J. Mundell.

Bullet CONSUMER PRODUCTS:
2/08- Canadian Bill Would Force Disclosure of Toxic Ingredients in Products
11/07- Spray Cleaners May Raise Asthma Risk by S. Boyles
10/07- Household Hazard Study Gains National Attention by K. Szpaller
9/07- Plain Soap as Effective as Antibacterial Soap Without the Risk
8/07- Scientist Hopes to Limit the Enviromental Impact of Dolls by A. Rimas
7/07- More Products Being Made from Nanomaterials by R. Weiss
7/07- Toxic Items a Far-Reaching Problem by I Chwalkowski
1/07- EPA Proves New Flameproof Mattresses are Toxic by M. Strobel
12/06- U.S. Rules Allow the Sale of Products Others Ban by M. Cone
11/06- Study Warns of Cleaning Product Risks by L. Greensfleder
3/06- EU Bans Six Chemicals Used in Toys H. Jones
12/05- Plastic Bottles Not Reusable by P. Taddonio
12/05- Car Fresheners Cause Crashes by R. Torr Manama
11/05- New-Car Smell is Going Away  by H Greimel
10/05- The Blessings and Curses of Aluminum Foil by S. LaDuca
9/05- Pesticide Being Added to Towels by D. Baldwin
10/04- Examining the Effectiveness of Air Cleaners for Removing Pollutants by T. deFrance.
8/04- New Car Smell Seen as a Health Hazard by F. Knudstrup
8/04- Soy Wax Kindles Cleaner Candles by M. Reese.
7/04- Flame-Retardant In Homes Can Build Up In People by L. Stiffler
7/04- Toxic Dust on Computers by R. Konrad
6/04- DEA in Shampoo Slows Memory Cell Development.
3/04- ‘Clothes for A Change' Campaign by S. Wachsler
9/03- Comparing Computer Printer Toxicity by M. Oberthur
8/03- Poisons in Household Products by A, Todisco
3/03- Part Two. Buying A Car: Tips for People with MCS by S. Wachsler.
2/03- Part One. Buying A Car: Tips for People with MCS by S. Wachsler
6/02- Four Solutions to Computer Out-Gassing by F. James.
6/02- Fabric Softener May Be Fire Hazard

Bullet COSMETICS:
9/07- Body Absorbs 5 Pounds of Make-up Chemical a Year by P. Stokes
6/07- Blown Away by E. Saarman
5/07- Safety of Makeup Remains an Open Question by N. Singer
12/06- Do Cosmetics Cause Airway Allergy? by D. Mohan Thappa
11/06- CA Law Requires Disclosure of Toxic Ingredients in Cosmetics
9/05- Cosmetics in Need of Safety Makeover
1/05- Synthetic Cosmetic Ingredients to Avoid by A. Hampton.
10/02- Consumer Group Support Cosmetic Labeling.
8/02- Three Groups Seek Ban on the Use Of Phthalates in Cosmetics by J. Carroll


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Bullet DEET:
6/02- Canada Limits DEET Use Ocer Fears of Brain Damage by T, Blackwell
6/02- DEET Linked to Neurological Damage

Bullet DIESEL:
7/05- Diesel Fumes Associated with Symptoms in GWV by T. deFrance
12/02- EPA seeks Comments on Farm and Off-Road Diesel Exhaust by G. Kellett.

Bullet DETOXIFICATION:
8/01- Heavy Metal Detox: An Herbal Approach by S. Perri.
7/00– Natural Detoxification by J. Whitaker, M.D.

Bullet DISABILITY RIGHTS:
6/07- To: The Temporarily Able-Bodies (NY Times Editorial)
5/06- Disability Case Judges Must Consider Unpublished Cases
2/05- Help with Disability Employment
3/02- NDP Proposes Constitutional Amendment

Bullet DNA:
4/00- DNA Repair: a Double-Edged Sword by Qincy Wei, et al.

Bullet DRUGS:
9/07- Parents Warned Cough Medicine May Imperil Infants by G. Harris
2/06- Antidepressant Ads Misleading
10/05- The Price of Drugs by S. L. Davis & M. Palmer
12/04- Labor Drug Sensitizes Brain to Pesticide Injury.
9/04- Four Antidepressants Found Unsafe for Children by S. Vedantam.
8/04- Acetaminophen and Acute Liver Failure by W. Lee
3/04- Drugs Companies Lie with the Truth by R. Smith.
2/04- Drugs Do Not Work on Most Patients by S. Connor


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Bullet EMFs:
2/08- Energy-Saving Light Bulbs Blamed for Migraines by L. Clout
2/08- Improving Access to Pubic Spaces for ES People by S. Hviid
9/07- Electronic Smog Linked to Respiratory Disease by G. Lean
8/07- 24 Hours in an EMF Quieter House by M. Dooley
6/07- Alterations Present in Persons with Electrical Hypersensitivity by T. deFrance
5/07- Mobile Phones Blamed for Mass Bee Desertion by M. Leapman
11/06- Commentary: Response to the WHO Report on Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity by J. Prisco
11/06- Long Distance EMF Assistance by M. Dooley
10/06- Exposing the Human Head to a 37 Hz Electromagnetic Field by T. deFrance
5/06- Electromagnetic Fields and Public Health by WHO
4/06- RFI for Lay People by S. La Duca
5/05- Tips for Electrical Sensitivity by M. Baxt
4/05- Microwaving Food is Not Safe by L. Cook.
3/05- Notes from the House Inspector: Stray Voltage Issues by M. Dooley
3/05- Neurophysiological Assessment Finds Autonomic Imbalance in ES Patients by R. deFrance
12/04- Workshop on the Brain and Mobile Telecommunications by K. Rudolph.
9/04- A Look at the Link Between EMFs and Chronic Disease by T. deFrance.
9/04- Part 2 of 2 Solutions to Complex EMF Problems
8/04- Part 1 of 2 EMF Problems and Solutions: Simple Problems by J. Reed.
7/04- Health Symptoms of Residents Living Near Cellular Phone Base Stations by T. deFrance
2/04- Mobiles Make You Senile by G. Lean.
12/03- Environmental EMFs: A Modern Convenien Gone Bad? by S. LaDuca
9/03- Review of Nervous System Effects of Microwaves by T. deFrance
7/03- EMF Activists Denouce WHO's Flip-Flop on EMFs by J.M. Brown
7/03- The EMR Policy Institute Forms
7/03- WHO Flip-Flops on EMFS, Precautionary Principle Now Revoked
6/03- WHO Recommends EMF Precautions by J.M. Brown
3/03- Cell phones May Trigger Alzheimer's Disease by BBC News
3/03- CA Study Finds EMF to be Toxic by J.M. Brown
12/02- EMF Web Site and Q&A Booklet Updated.
11/02- Russian Study Finds High EMF Perception Shows Balanced Cerebral Process by T. deFrance
10/02- Skin Caner linked to FM Broadcasting Towers by T. deFrance
7/00– Measuring EMFs by Arthur Firstenberg
6/00- Historical Perspective on EMF's  by Author Firstenberg
2/00- Technology Access Program Helps Modify Computers to Reduce EMF Problems by K Hemenway PhD
4/99- EMF-Linked Neurovegetative, Immunologic, and Hematologic Disorders Confirmed in Humans by C Duehring
8/98- EMF Health Problems are a Medical Reality by AG Johnson Liakouris
7/98- Headaches from Cellular Telephones: Are They Real & What Are the Implications? (Commentary) by AH Frey
9/97- Environmental Toxins: The Case of Cellular Transmitters & Health by DA Dahlberg
7/97- EMFs Effect the Brain
7/97- Microwaves Imitate Pesticides by L Grant
4/97- PCS Causing Havoc in New York by A Firstenberg
3/97- Kindling, TDS, & Focal Brain Injury in Chemical & Electrical Sensitivity by JW Seastrunk II
3/97- Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity is Progressive by M Hughes
2/97- Healthcare Devices Effected by Electromagnetic Interference by C Duehring
10/96- A Neurological Profile for Electrical Sensitivities by L Grant
12/95- EMFs Effect Blood/ Brain Barrier by C Duehring
7/94- EMFs Feminize Rats

Bullet ENDOCRINE:
5/07- Endocrine Disrupters May Be Answer to the Mystery of the Missing Boys by M. Mittelstaedt
1/07- Effluent Changes Gender of Fish by B. Dickinson & t. Neff
10-11/03- Endocrine Changes in Patients with Chronic Illness Following Chemical Overexposure by G. Ziem.
5/03- Plastics Spoil Mouse Eggs by H. Pearson.
12/00– Europe Continues to Focus on Phthalates by Louise Munk
5/98- Endocrine Disrupting Chemicals are Risky Business by J Murphy

Bullet ENDOMETROSIS:
11/02- Edometriosis

Bullet ENVIRONMENT:
2/07, 1/07- Part s1 & 2: Prioritizing Environmental Issues Around the World by E. Craft et al.
2/03- Radical Christian-right Views Sway Politicians and Threaten Environmental by G. Scherer
12/04- Crimes Against Nature by R. Kennedy
07/00– Friends of the Earth Warm Chemical Firms
4/98- Victory Over Pollution Prevention at Western Montana Pulp Mill
4/97- The Greening of Newton
12/95- Greenwashing America by JC Stauber
7/95- Disappearing Biodiversity
6/95- Preventing Pollution is Smart Business by K Weigrefe
5/95- A Scientific Warning

Bullet ENVIRONMENTAL MEDICINE:
6/07- Environmental Exposures May Cause Narcolepsy by Am Academy of Sleep Med.
6/07- Environmental Biology and Human Disease by D. Schwartz & F. Collins
10/97- Ziem Denounces AAAI's Use of Idiopathic Environmental Intolerance (From Dr. Ziem's rebuttal letter)
10/95- Institute of Medicine Addresses "Faculty Inertia" and Urges Incorporation of Environmental Medicine by C Duehring
9/95- Institute of Medicine Report Lists Six Competency-Based Objectives for Physicians by C Duehring
7/95- Institute of Medicine Report Urges Doctors & Medical Schools to Incorporate Environmental Medicine by C Duehring

Bullet EPA:
4/07- Smog Rules Illegally Weakened
11/06- Tax Dollars to Bolster EPA's Tattered Reputation
11/06- Weakened Emissions Rule Upheld by J. Eilperin
11/06- EPA May Approve Neurotoxic Pesticides That Harm Developing Fetuses and Children
10/06- Legal Brief Claims EPA Failed to Follow NAS in Human Studies Rule.
6/06- EPA Seeks to Phase Out a Toxic Chemical by M. Janofsky (telfon)
4/06- EPA Failing to Shield Public From Toxins by M. Cone.
6/05- EPA Invites Industry to Mimic Practices of Discontinued CHEERS Study by PEER
4/05- Mercury Emissions to be Traded, EPA Criticized on Pollution Rule by S. Vedantam
3/05- EPA Eases Curbs on Some Chemicals.

Bullet ESTROGEN | ESTROGEN MIMICKING:
11/07- Expert Panels Weigh Bisphenol-A Risk by B. M. Kuehn
4/07- Personal-Care Products Can Spur Breast Development in Boys by a. Gardner (reprinted 5/07)
7/05- Phthalates Linked to Genital Abnormalities in Boys by M. Cone.
6/05- California Considers Ban on Bisphenol-A by J. Kay
6/02- Ignoring Estrogenic Mixtures Underestimates Exposure Risks by B.E. Erickson.
11/99- Chemical Process Con­verts Estrogen in Water Into Carbon Dioxide Inexpensively
10/95- Estrogenic Hazards Documented by C Duehring


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Bullet FIBERGLASS:
7/95- The Fiberglass Threat

Bullet FIBROMYALGIA:
12/07- An Incidence Survey of Fibromyalgia in Mold Exposed Patients by J.A. Zagory & M.R. Gray
10-11/03- MCS, CFS, and FM Centered on Elevated Levels of Nitric Oxide, Its Oxidant Product, Peroxynitrite and NMDA activity by M.L. Pall.
10/95- Fibromyalgia by RP St. Amand, MD

Bullet FIFRA:
6/95- EPA on FIFRA Preemptions (Letter from LR Goldman)

Bullet FERTILIZERS:
11/02- toxic Fertilizers Challenged in Lawsuit/

Bullet FLAME RETARDANTS:
7/04- Flame-Retardant In Homes Can Build Up In People by L. Stiffler
12/04- New Science in the debate Over Toxic Flame Retardants and Health

Bullet FLUORIDATION:
8/06- Harvard Study Shows Fluoridation Cancer Link
7/05- NTP Asked to Evaluate Fluoride in Tap Water
5/05- Cut Fluoridation to Preserve Teeth by NYCOF
1/04- Canton New York, Stops Fluoridation
3/02- New Finding on Fluoride Hazards by NYSCOF
11/01- Fluoride for Teeth Still Controversial.
2/01- Risks Outweigh Benefits of Fluoride
10/00- Fluoride May Be the Cause of Many Medical Mysteries by P Frazer
4/99- New York Department of Health Studies Fluoride

Bullet FOOD & DRUG ADMINISTRATION:
6/07- FDA to Defy Congress by Closing Food Safety Test Labs.
6/00- NCCI takes on FDA
2/99- Lawrence Plumlee Testifies Before FDA on Cosmetics
8/95- FDA Puts Women at Risk by K Houppert
11/94- FDA Fails On Drug Safety & Efficacy by C Wilson & D Raynor

Bullet FOOD, ORGANIC:
2/07- Legislation Introduced to Keep Animal Cloning Out of Organic Food.
3/03- Eating Organics Cuts Kids' Pesticide Loads by PAN
7/02- Swiss Scientists Endorse Organic Farming.
5/00- Food Intolerances Make Labeling Necessary Even for Organic Food by Sandy Snyder
5/00- Moves Towards labeling GMOs
9/98- Nontoxic Food Disinfectant
2/98- Organic Food Standards Come Under Attack by C Duehring
12/97- Nutritional Rights Threatened by Codex by MA Fleisher
9/97- Synthetic vs. Natural Estrogens
10/96- Organic Food Alert
9/95- Pesticide Use in Natural Food Stored by S Spiegel
9/95- National Organic Standards Board Creates more Loopholes by L
6/95- Rendering "Organic" Mean­ingless

Bullet FOOD:
2/08- Airline Food
12/07- BC Legislator Wants Chemical Bans, Food Labels
7/07- Toxic Chemical BPA Leaching into Foods
7/07- Arsenic In Chicken Production by B. Hileman
6/07- Big Business Turns Organics Into ‘Yuppy Chow' by M. Valpy
4/07- Elevated Arsenic Levels Reported in Rice Grown in South Central U.S. (reprinted 5/07)
10/06- Avoiding Fragrance Chemicals as Indirect Food Additives by J. J. Wilson
10/06- Commentary: Viral Adulteration of the U.S. Food Supply Gets FDA Approval by B. J. Richards
8/06- New Studies Back Organic Diet by S. Leahy
8/6, 7/06, 6/06, 5/06, 4/06, 3/06- Genetic Engineering: Overview and Worldview Pt. 1-6 by C. Simon
4/06- FDA Re-opens Probe Into Benzene Contamination of Soft Drinks.
12/05- EU Voytes to Continue Ban on GM Crops by P. Brown
11/05- Farmers Outsmarting GM by A. Masurat
5/05- Food Flavorings May Be Recipe for Lung Disease
5/05- U.S. to Legalize Genetic Pollution of Crops
12/04- Bayer Pulls Out of Genetic Engineering Research in India
8/04- GE Crops Won't End Hunger
3/04- GE Crops can Feed Rather than Kill Pests
2/04- Breaking the Code by L. L. Anusasananan
2/04- Allergic Reactions to Genetically Modified Foods by T. deFrance
8/03- Mercury Content Likely to Affect Fish-Consumption Advisory by B. Raines.
8/03- A Quick Glocal Look at Genetically Engineered Foods by C. Winters.
4/03- Organic Standards Diluted by Congressional Sleight-of-Hand
10/02- GM Food Suspected of Causinf Antibiotic Resistance by S. Poulter.
9/02- Continuing Debate Over Labeling of Genetically Modified Foods
3/02- Genetic Engineering Based on Faulty, 40 Year-Old Theory by P. Montague.
2/02- Eat Smart: Mixed Up About Nutrition by Jean Carper
2/01- No Clear Message Yet on GMO Safety, Report Finds
7/00- Controlling Insects by Cooling Grain
12/98- Monsanto Controlling the Food Supply
12/96- Foods Absorb Toxins Even Through Packaging
11/96- Genetically Engineered Foods
11/96- US Food Quality Protection Act by A Kirshner
8/95- Food Additives Effect Behavior of Children by C Duehring

Bullet FOOD INTOLERANCE:
3/04- Food Additives in Subjects With Persistent Rhinitis by M.L. Pacor, et al.
5/99- Chemically Induced Reactive Intestinal Dysfunction Syndrome(RIDS) Explains Gastrointestinal MCS Symptoms by C Duehring

Bullet FOOD IRRADIATION:
9/07- Microwaves Destroy Nutritional Value of Food by M. Adams
5/99- Irradiated Food
5/94- Food Irradiation (Letter by GL Tritsch)

Bullet FOOD LABELING:
10/02- EU Votes to Label GM Foods
4/97- Campaign to Label Genetically Engineered Foods

Bullet FORMALDEHYDE:
8/07- House Panel Probes FEMA's Failure to Investigate Toxic Trailers.
5/05- Effects of Prolonged Exposure to Low Concentrations of Formaldehyde in Allergic and Non-Allergic Mice by T. deFreesha.
5/02- Government Agencies Warn of Formaldehyde Hazards.


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Bullet GASOLINE:
7/01- Attached Garages Can Funnel Toxic Fumes Into Homes by P Dobbyn
11/98- Gasoline Fume Exposure Causes MCS in Laborers by C Duehring
10/98- Commentary:MTBE Gasoline Should Be Avoided by MA Mehlman
8/98- Overfilling Gas Tank Hurts Cars & Environment by K Human

Bullet GENETICS:
10/07- Grant Aids University Study of Genetics & Behavior
5/07- Congress Moves to Ban Genetic Discrimination by J. Rovner
10/05- Twin Data Highlight Genetic Changes by R. Weiss

Bullet GLOBAL WARMING:
1/07- Part 1 of 2: Prioritizing Environmental Issues Around the World by E. Craft et al.
7/06- Climate Changes Affect Human Health in Various Ways by T. deFrance
4/06- Climate Shift Tied to 150,000 Fatalities by J. Eilperin
4/06- An Evangelical Call to Action
3/06- ‘Feedback Loops' Biggest Threat from Global Warming
3/06- Global Warming a Moral and Spiritual Crisis

Bullet GULF WAR SYNDROME:
11/07- Gulf War Vets May Suffer Brain Changes by C. Laino
6/07- Some Gulf War Veterans Have Different Brains by H. Ledford
7/05- Diesel Fumes Associated with Symptoms in GWV by T. deFrance
12/04- Veterans Administration to Study Toxins' Effects from 1991 Gulf War  by S. Shane
11/04- Panel Agrees Chemicals Sickened 1991 Gulf War Veterans by S. Shane
6/04- Neurological Impairment Higher in Gulf War Veterans by T. deFrance.
5/04- Doctor Blames Aspartame for PCS (MCS) and GWS by D. Harkins
4/04- Editorial: The Health Consequences of the First Gulf War by D. Clauw.
5/03- GWS Research Reveals Present Danger by D MacKenzie.
4/03- Brain Abnormalities of Gulf War Veterans Evaluated by T. deFrance
4/03- Genetic Link Found for Pesticide Exposure, ADHD, and Gulf War Syndrome
2/02- Gulf War Veterans' at Higher Risk of having Children with Birth Defects by Treesha deFrance.
9/01- Conference issue: BB Disruption and Neurochemical alterations by M. Abou-Donia.
5/01- Pesticide Exposure Linked to MCS and CFS in British Gulf War Veterans.
2/01- Pesticides, Not Depleted Ur­an­ium, Linked to Gulf War Illness
12/00- Political Casualties and Eight Myths of the Gulf War Syndrome
10/00- Chronic Fatigue and Chemical Sensitivities in Gulf In the Gulf War Veterans Registry by M Trice
9/00- Identifying Effective Treatments for Gulf War Veterans' Health Problems by L. A. Plumlee, M.D.
6/00- New Research Blames Vaccines and Stress for Gulf War Syndrome
3/00- British Research Confirms Chemically Induced Damage in Gulf War Veterans by P Laing
11/99- Stirring the Cauldron of Confusion in MCS, CFS, and GWS Research by W Meggs
7/99- Research Suggests Two Possible Causes of GWS
5/99- Female Gulf War Veterans Needed to Complete Study by A Peckerman
4/99- Gulf War Illnesses Conference Held by C Wilson
3/99- GWS Study to Investigate Possible Chemically-Induced Biomarker
9/98- Report to Congress on Research on Multiple Chemical Exposures and Veterans with Gulf War Illnesses by J Eisenberg
11/98- Rep. Sanders Speaks Out on GWS and MCS
9/98- Recommendations for Gulf War Syndrome Conference & Research by C Duehring
8/98- GWS Planning Meeting
6/98- Genetics of Chemical Injury May Help Explain Gulf War Syndrome by J Hanchette
11/97- Objective Injuries In Gulf War Veterans Echo MCS and Implicate Chemical Synergy by C Duehring
5/97- Closing in on GWS by RJ Newman
4/97- GWS Expanding Knowledge on Perme-ability of Blood-Brain Barrier by Dr. I Hanin
2/97- Gulf War Mycoplasma (Letter from GL Nicolson)
12/96- Chemical Synergy Hazards Affect Both Veterans & Civilians by C Duehring
9/96- Gulf War Study Investigates the Dangers of Combined Chemical Exposures
5/96- In Defense of Gulf War Syndrome by M Shellenberger
12/94- Porphyria Testing Suggested for Gulf War Veterans by A Donnay
8/94- Chemical Combinations Increase Toxicity in Gulf War Exposures
07/00- Genetic Variations in Detox Enzymes Contributed to GWS, a profile by Marcy Trice


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Bullet HEALTH CARE:
11/02- ca assures Residents of Health Care Choices
8/02- Economic and Health Costs of Exposure to Toxic Substances by T. DeFrance.

Bullet HEART see Cardiac Effects

Bullet HORMONE MIMICKING CHEMICALS:
6/01- No Level of Chemical Hormones May Be Safe by N. Sherman.
11/99- Chemical Process Con­verts Estrogen in Water Into Carbon Dioxide Inexpensively
10/95- Estrogenic Hazards Documented by C Duehring

Bullet HOUSING:
9/07- Bio-Solar Finds MCS Meeting Helpful by K. Robertson

Bullet HOSPITAL:
6/05- Risk if Injury from the Hospital Environment by t. deFrance
10/04, 9/04- Part 1 & 2: Surviving Hospitalization– A Personal Account by R. Mayer
5/97-Preparing for a Hospital Stay by J. Summers

Bullet HOUSING:
7/06- NCIL Housing Subcommittee's Final MCS Position Paper
8/06- National Council on Independent Living Completes Position Paper On MCS
10/04- States Sue to Cut Pesticide Use in Public Housing
5/04- Rural Housing Programs by S. Gold
5/04- New Studies Examine Impact of Voucher Homeownership Program
9/03- Home Ownership Voucher Program
9/03- Tools For Looking for a New Home.
9/03- NCIL Advocated for MCS Housing
12/02- Surviving Life in Conjoined Housing by B. Eaton.
5/02- Housing Resources for Low Income by S. Molloy
12/01- Construction Poses Risks for Chemically Sensitive by T. deFrance.


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Bullet IMMUNE SYSTEM:
5/07- Allergy Sufferers Bothered by More Than Allergens by M. Rauscher.
5/03- Chemicals May Case SARS by KG Ombion & EA Cadagat
2/03- Detecting Immunotoxic Effects of Environmental Contaminants by T. deFrance
5/02- TPT Renders Immune System Cells Useless by C. Bouchez
4/99- Classic Toxicology: Chemi­cally Induced Immune Response Explained by PE Williams
4/99- EMF-Linked Neurovegetative, Immunologic, and Hematologic Disorders Confirmed in Humans by C Duehring
4/98- Multiple Objective Clinical Abnormalities in MCS: Porphyrin, Immune, & Neurologic Findings by C Duehring
12/97- Vitamin C Improves Immune Function in Chemically Injured Patients by C Duehring

Bullet INCINERATION:
11/98- Toxic Waste Sites in Britain by N Neighbor
7/98- France Reaps What It Sowed
2/98- EPA Sued Over Medical Waste Incineration
2/97- Anti-Medical Waste Incineration Campaign Underway by M. Lerner

Bullet INDEPENDENT MEDICAL EXAMS:
9/07- Independent Medical Exams: Protect Your Rights by G. Ziem
2/97- File IME Complaints by John Shapio
7/94- Facing an Independent Medical Examiner by R McMartin & V Loney

Bullet INDOOR AIR QUALITY:
4/07- Air Contaminant Databases Ease Healthy Home Planning.
2/07- Air in the Home Could Affect Infant Health
1/05- Improving Indoor Air Quality by R.S. Mayer & R.L. Mayer
10/04- Examining the Effectiveness of Air Cleaners for Removing Pollutants by T. deFrance.
10/04- Plants Make a Healthy Hoe by C. Blazovsky
10-11/03- The Importance of Indoor Air Quality in Furnishing Your Home by C.R. Bailey
7/03- San Francisco Adopts the Precautionary Principle As City and County Policy
5/03- Access Board to Undertake Project on Indoor Air Quality.
8/02- IAQ Tech Tips.
2/01- Plants that Purify by Alva Irish
11/00- Access Board to Research Poor Indoor Air Quality by Mary Lamielle
2/00- SBS/MCS Become Legitimate Canadian OSH Concern Press Release
5/96- Sick Schools are National Disgrace
5/96- A Primer on IAQ Problems by C Wilson
5/96- Air Quality in the Workplace by M Abdin
10/95- Sick Schools by IR Wilkenfeld
10/95- Home IAQ Inspections by M Mekelburg
8/95- IAQ Research Threatened
10/94- What Do You Get With an Indoor Air Quality Investigation by C Dueh­ring

Bullet INDUSTRY:
9/07- Conflict of Interest in Cancer Research in Widespread by T. deFrance
5/06- R.J. Reynolds Manipulates Miss America
3/06- Occupational Hazards Researchers Debate Working Relationship with Industry by L. Guterman
12/04- EPA and Chemical Industry Want to Pay Families to Expose Children to Pesticides.
6/04- New Study Attempts to Discredit Environmental Activists
5/04- Industry Advised to Fight Environmental Health Concerns
3/04- Chemical Industry's Secret Plan to Attack California's Anti-Toxics Trend by B. Walker & L. Sucher
2/04- What the Chemical Industry Fears by M Harden & N. Walker.
7/03- Conflicts of Interest and Industry Influence on Scientific Findings Explored by E. Russo.
6/03- Peer-Reviewed, Scientific Journal Compromised by Industry Ties by CSPI

Bullet IPM- INTEGRATED PEST MANAGEMENT:
12/07- Scorpion Toxin Makes Fungus Deadly to Insects
11/07- Beyond Pesticides Reports on Ending Toxic Dependency
10/06- Introduction to Organ Lawn Care by E. Gunn
6/06- Corn Gluten Meal – A Natural Lawn-Care Herbicide by C. Cox.
4/05- UK Scientists Find Natural Human Mosquito Repellent.
9/04- IPM More Effective than Conventional Pest Control
8/02- Catnip Repels Mosquitoes More Effectivley Than DEET
7/02- Non-Toxic Bug Repellents by J. S. Harris
5/02- Another County in Washington State Goes Herbicide-Free by R. Levin
7/01- Boric Acid Baits for Bug Con­trol
4/01- Boric Acid Redux
7/97- Common Summer Pests (part 2) by S Tvedten & B Stoddard
6/97- Safe Lawn Programs by A Mason
6/97- Common Summer Pests by S Tvedten & B Stoddard
5/97- Skunks by SL Tvedten
4/97- Chemical-Free Conference by J Carrier
2/97- For Egg Eating Snakes by S Tvedten
12/96- Rodent Control by SL Tvedten
11/96- For Autumn Pests by S Tvedten
10/96- For Pesky Problems by S Tved­ten
9/96- Basic Control by S Tvedten
8/96- Managing Landscape Without Chemicals by CL Stauber
7/96- Ant Control by S Tvedten
6/96- Stinging Insects by S Tvedten
5/96- Non-Toxic Clean­ing by S Tvedten
3/96- Dust Mites by S Tvedten
2/96- IPM in Schools Commentary by S Tvedten
1/96- Flies by S Tvedten
12/95- Mice by S Tvedten
10/95- Flea Control by S Tvedten
10/95- Flea Control by S Tvedten
10/95- Biotool Kits Replace Chem­­icals in Control of Pests by K Wiegrefe
8/95- Mosquito Control by S Tved­ten
6/95- Ticks & Chiggers by S Tved­ten
5/95- Scorpion Control by S Tved­ten
4/95- Dealing with Carpenter Ants by S Tvedten
4/95- Weed Control & Fertilizer by A Bairden
3/95- Non-Toxic Spider Control by SL Tvedten
2/95- Safe Lice Control by SL Tved­ten
1/95- IPM, An Overview by SL Tved­ten
7/00- Proposing Safer Pest Man­age­ment by Kimberly Flynn


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Bullet KIDNEY DANAGE:
11/00- Nephropathy and Formaldehyde Exposure by Peter Breysse, et al.

Bullet KINDLING:
3/97- Kindling, TDS, and Focal Brain Injury in Chemical & Electrical Sensitivity by JW Seastrunk

Bullet LANDFILLS:
5/96- Disclosing Off-Site Chemical Hazards by C Duehring

Bullet LEAD:
8/06- Candy Companies to Reduce Lead Levels
10/04- Schizophrenia Linked to Lead by R. Back
10/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Getting the Lead Out by M. Dooley.
11/00- Beethoven Suffered from Lead Poisoning by William Claiborne

Bullet LIGHT:
2/08- Energy-Saving Light Bulbs Blamed for Migraines by L. Clout
11/07- Notes from the House Inspector: More About CFLs by M. Dooley
10/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Mixed Feelings about CFLs by M. Dooley
1/96- EMR Sensitivity & Porphyria: A Possible Connection by A Firstenberg
7/95- Lighting Up Learning by I Wilkenfeld


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Bullet MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS:
7/94- Hazard Communications, Material Safety Data Sheets & the Law by C Duehring

Bullet MCS:
2/08- A Review of MCS Prevalence in Canada and the USA by Treesha deFrance
12/07- Editorial: The Corrosive Politics of MCS by C. Wilson
11/07- Differences Found in MCS Odor Processing Not Caused by Neuronal Sensitization by T. deFrance
11/07- Letter: Genetic Changes by G. Ziem
10/07- Pesticide-initiated MCS in Farmers
10/07- Genetic-Bias Holds in Animal Model for Low-Level Toluene Sensitization by T deFrance
9/07- August 2007 Meeting Yields MCS Case Definition by S. Locke
8/07- Chemical Sensitivity Associated with Gene Variants of Drug/Chemical Metabolizing Enzymes by R. deFrance
6/07- Celebrating May as MCS Awareness Month by C. Schonburn
5/07- TILT as Proposed Mechanism for MCS by T. deFrance.
4/07- The Kilburn Protocol: Neurophysiologic Testing by G. Ziem
4/07- Opinion: Alternative Diagnosis More Appropriate for MCS by G. Ziem
4/07- MCS study Eliminates some Potential Mechanisms and Leaves Others for Further Investigation by T. deFrance
2/07- 5% of Canadians Have Unexplained Conditions
2/07- A Comprehensive Review of MCS in Medical and Government Literature by T. deFrance
11/06- VOC Induction of MCS Reactions by T. deFrance
9/06 - Special MCS Case Definition issue
8/06- NM Governor's Office Hosts a Town Hall Meeting on MCS
8/06- Getting MCS into State Party Politics
7/06- MCS Case Definition Workshop Finalized by S. Locke
6/06- Experiences Living with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities by T. deFrance
5/06- Significant Overlaps Found in Asthma and Chemical Sensitivity by T. deFrance
5/06- Countdown Begins to the MCS Case Definition Workshop by S. Locke.
4/06- Potential Site Available for MCS Housing by J. Warrington.
4/06- Integrated Defense System as Disease Model for MCS by T. deFrance
4/06- Brattleboro Landlord Ordered to Pay Fines by B. Audette
3/06- Eight Disability-Induced Themes Emerge with MCS by T. deFrance
3/06- Cleaning House for People with MCS by K. Weber
12/05- MCS Tax Breaks by S. Hviid
12/05- Suggestions for Modification in the 1999 Consensus Definition of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by T. de France
11/05- Pesticide Exposure Creates Animal Model of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by T. deFrance
11/05- Planning starts for MCS Case Definition Workshop in 2006 by S. Locke
10/05- Objective Blood Test Can Prove MCS and Confirms MCS Is Not an Allergy-Based Syndrome by T. deFrance
9/05- MCS Leads to Carpet-Fume Legislation in Vermont by J. Larkin
8/05- People with Chemical Intolerance Have Increased Levels of Nerve Growth Factors by T. deFrance.
7/05- Radio DJ Wins Suit Over Perfume by D. Shepardson
3/6, 11/05, 8/05, 7/05, 6/05, 5/05, 4/05, 3/05, 2/05, 12/04- Managing MCS by R. & R. Mayer.
6/05- Prince Charles Takes on Architects by J. Meikle
6/05- MCS Accommodated by AZ State Park by M. Clark
6/05- Project Funding for MCS Case Definition an Uphill Battle by S. Locke
5/05- National Agenda Meeting by C & J Wilson
3/05- Making Vehicles MCS Safe by F. Caruso.
3/05- Safe Travel Tips by S. Anderson.
3/05- A Conversation with MCS Researcher, Martin Pall, Ph.D. by L. Powers.
3/05- National Agenda Meeting in April Set.
12/04- The Role of Neurogenic Inflammation in Chemical Sensitivity by T. deFrance
11/04- Genetic Finding in a Case-Control MCS Study by T. deFrance
9/04 CIIN National Agenda Update
9/04- CIIN's National Agenda Meeting by S. Locke
8/04- Exploring the Role of the Vomeronasal Organ in the Etiology of MCS by T. deFrance
7/04- MCS and a Caribbean Vacation by R. Mayer
7/04- Worksite Accommodation for Chemical Sensitivity by T. DeFreitas
5/04- Meeting the Independent Physician by S. Hviid.
5/04- Italian MCS Patients Get the Support of 20,000 Petitioners.
5/04- Elevated Substance P in MCS Patients.
5/04- Heme Oxygenase Deficiency: Another Explanation of the Pathogenesis of MCS by W. E. Morton
5/04- The Fragmenting Nature of MCS by C. Wilson
3/04- Promising Avenues of Investigation May Lead to Unraveling the Etiology of MCS by T. deFrance
3/04- Woman Faces Reduced Charge in Scents Case by P. Moore
2/04- Canadian Government and Medical Science Finally Recognize Crippling Effects of MCS by H. Ferrie
12/03- Please Help to Establish a Research Case Definition for MCS
12/03- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Congressional Education Day by L. McElver.
10-11/03- Rational Therapy for Chemical Brain Injury by W.S. Lynn and K.H. Kilburn
10-11/03- Mechanism of Acute Reactions to Airborne Chemicals by J.H. Anderson.
10-11/03- Employment and Work Accommodation for People with MCS by P.R. Gibson
10-11/03- MCS, CFS, and FM Centered on Elevated Levels of Nitric Oxide, Its Oxidant Product, Peroxynitrite and NMDA activity by M.L. Pall.
8/03- Sample Press Release for Support of MCS Case Definition by B. Hilton.
8/03- An Overview of Causes, Symptoms, and Treatments in MCS by T. deFrance
6/03- MCS Wall
6/03- MCS Prevalence, Symptomology, and Etiology in the Southeast by T. deFrance.
6/03- Wife Arrested for Perfume Assault; Husband Takes Advantage to Misfortune top Promote MCS
5/03- Finding of Susceptibility to Chemical Sensitivity in Laboratory Animals by T. deFrance.
5/03, 4/03- Part 1 & 2: MCS Travel: Five Constraints by M. Oberthur
3/03- Cholinergic Hypersensitivity: Implications for Chemical Intolerance, Chronic Fatigue and Asthma by T. deFrance.
3/03- Congressional Education Day by L. Plumlee
1/03- Editorial: I'm Gonna Go Kill Something by C. Wilson
1/03- Capsaicin Increased Cough Sensitivity in Patients with MCS
2/03- 2001 Marin Community Health Survey
12/02- Surviving Life in Conjoined Housing by B. Eaton.
12/02- Educating Doctors About MCS Needs by T. Temple
12/02- NMDA Sensitization and Stimulations as the Mechanism for MCS by T. deFrance.
11/02- Researchers and Two Senators Join Campaign for A Case Definition for Chemical Sensitivities by S. Locke.
11/02- Caring for an MCS Owned Vehicle by K. Place
11/02- 2003 Conference Site and Date Set by J. Wilson
10/02- Looking For an MCS Conference Location by J. Wilson
10/02- MCS Case Definition Still Needs Support by S. Locke
9/02- Gender Bias in Chemical Sensitization by C. Wilson
9/02- Toxicant Induced Loss of Tolerance as a Model for Chemical Intolerance by T. deFrance.
9/02- An Overview of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by C Wilson.
9/02- Chemical Intolerance & Multiple Chemical Sensitivities: Proposed Meeting to Establish Case Definitions by J. Wilson.
8/02- Possible Multiple Etiologies for MCS by W. E. Morton
8/02- CIIN Seeks Help from Senate Public Health Committee to Define MCS.
7/02- Activist, Writer Alison Johnson on C-Span 2 with Gulf War Vets.
6/02- Formaldehyde Sensitization in an Animal for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by T. deFrance
6/02- Ashford Urges More Research on MCS Ills by D. Brehm.
5/02- NCIL Takes Strong Stand on MCS/ES
5/02- Odor Alone and Anxiety Do Not Account for the Symptoms of MCS by T. deFrance.
4/02- The Oppression of People with MCS by S. Wachsler
4/02- Dealing with Equipment Fumes by J.L. Spreitzer
4/02- Multiple Chemical Sensi­tivity, Kindling and Epilepsy by T. deFrance
4/02- MCS Homelessness High in Western Massachusetts by S. Wachsler
3/02- MCS Opponent Surprised at MCS Longevity.
3/02- Lack of Standardized Criteria Leads to MCS Diagnosis Being Overlooked by T. deFrance
2/02- MCS Activism by Cynthia Wilson (editorial)
2/02- Access Board Finally Acknowledges MCS by Sharon Wachsler
2/02- Chemicals and Emotional States by Robert Mayer, Ph.D.
2/02- CIIN Awards 2001 Activist of the Year to Ann McCampbell
2/02- McCampbell Exemplifies a Disability Activist by Lawrence Plumlee
2/02- McCampbell is a Giant of an Activist by Barb Wilkie
2/02- Generosity Makes Mc Camp­bell Great Activist by Lynn Lawson
11/01- Evaluation and Treatment of MCS Patients by T. deFrance.
10/01- Objective Criteria for Diagnosis of MCS: A Crucial Area of Research by M. Pall
9/01- 2001 Conference issue:
The Direction of MCS Research by C. Wilson
CIIN Present Randolph Award for MCS Activism by J. Wilson
A Look Back and a Look Forward by L. Plumlee
Sensitivity to Chemicals by KH Kilburn
MCS Treatments and Their Efficacy by T. deFrance.
MCS Prevalence, Symptomology, and Etiology by S. Caress
New Theory of MCS Etiology by M. Pall
Porphyrinopathy Can Explain MCS Symptoms by W. Morton
Update on Neurogenic Inflammation and Sensitivity to Environmental Chemicals by W. Meggs
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Neurotoxicity by R. Ringer
Indoor Are Pollution and MCS by R. Anderson and J Anderson
Medical Evaluation and Treatment of Patients with Chemical Injury and Sensitivity by G. Ziem
Public Perception and Chemical Injury by B. Hilton
7/01- Convergent Evidence Sup­ports Neural Sensitization as a Potential Model for MCS by T. deFrance.
7/01- Prevalence of Major ES Symptoms in the Nova Scotia Environmental Health Center by P. Hjertaas
7/01- Definition and Diagnostic Criteria Needed for MCS Research by C. Wilson
6/01- qEEG Alpha Patterns in Chemically Intolerant Women by T. deFrance.
6/01- 2001 MCS Conference Plans Finalized.
5/01- Pesticide Exposure Linked to MCS and CFS in British Gulf War Veterans.
5/01- Fragrance Accommodation Defined, MCS Recognized in EEOC Decision by C. Wilson
4/01- MCS Conference Planning Nears Completion
3/01- Multiple Chemical sensitivi­ties Under Siege by A McCampbell
2/01- Increased EEG alpha Activity in MCS Sufferers Could End the Debate Over MCS as a Mental Illness by C. Wilson
2/01- Germany Becomes First Country to Officially Recognize MCS
12/00- Canada Environmental Illnesses Potentially Cost Billions.
12/00- SBS Overview Funds Some May Develop MCS
2/00- Chemical Sensitivity Widely Reported in California Prevalence Survey by M Trice
9/00– Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment, Part 3 a profile by C. Duehring
9/00- Critical Rebuttal of Pro-MCS NEJAC Resolution by S. Barrett, M.D.
7/00– Experts Agree on Research Protocol by B Hileman.
7/00– MCS Prevalence Summarized
7/00– NEJAC  Passes MCS Recognition Resolution
6/00- Then Evolution of Research into the CNS Symptoms of MCS Patients by C Wilson and C Duehring
6/00- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatments by C. Duehring
5/00- Coping with the Losses Causes by Chronic Illness by C Perkins
4/00- Objective Evidence: The Peg Upon Which All Other Issues Hang by D. Richard Paladin
3/00- International MCS Day Established
3/00- MCS Awareness Week Set for May 7 through 13 by C Wysocki
2/00- MCS Leaders Respond to C&EN Article on Halifax Going Fragrance Free
2/00- Finding a Way to Work Together by Making the NCCI Work by C Wilson
12/99- Research Into MCS Is Compelling But More Is Needed by C Duehring
11/99- Time-Dependent Sensitization Research Into Chemical Sensitivity and Cross-Sensitization by C Duehring
11/99- NCCI Represents MCS at NIEHS Workshop
11/99- Stirring the Cauldron of Confusion In MCS, CFS, and GWS Research by W Meggs
9/99- MCS Patients Show Objective Immune and Neuropsychiatric Abnormalities in a Challenge Exposure Test by C Duehring
8/99- New Research Finally Addressing MCS Data Gaps by C Wilson
7/99- MCS and Its Relation to Chemical-Induced Porphyrinopathy by C Dueh­ring
2/99- Proposed Mechanism for How ALA Initiates the Three Legs of MCS
2/99- Carpet Toxicity Associated with MCS & Chronic Illness in Humans by C Duehring
3/99- MCS Treatments Are Plentiful But Still No Cure in Sight by C Wilson
12/98- APHA Adopts Resolution on MCS Report
12/98- 1998 ACS Meeting by J Anderson
11/98- CIIN Responds to Interagency Taskforce Report on MCS by C Wilson
11/98- San Francisco Police Recognize MCS
11/98- Gasoline Fume Exposure Causes MCS in Laborers by C Duehring
11/98- Rep. Sanders Speaks Out on GWS and MCS
10/98- Interagency Taskforce Issues Preliminary Report on MCS for Public Comment
9/98- MCS, Neurotoxicity, and Respiratory Toxicity from Organophosphate Pesticides by C Duehring
9/98- Report to Congress on Research on Multiple Chemical Exposures and Veterans with Gulf War Illnesses by J Eisenberg
8/98- Chemical-Induced Porphyrinopathy and Its Relation to MCS by WE Morton, MD
6/98- Genetics of Chemical Injury May Help Explain Gulf War Syndrome by J Hanchette
6/98- EDF Launches Campaign for Toxic Chemical Research
6/98- Germany to Hold Hearings on MCS
5/98- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: The Illegitimate Child of Emerging Illnesses by C Wilson
5/98- Increased Airway Resistance In MCS Patients by C Duehring
4/98- First Research Study Proves Acute Toxic Effects of Fragrance Products RC Anderson & JH Anderson
2/98- SBS Overview Observes Some May Develop MCS by C Duehring
2/98- MCS Teacher Accommodated by IR Wilkenfeld
12/97- Laying A Claim: MCS & Our Social Security System by T Baiz
12/97- Vitamin C Improves Immune Function in Chemically Injured Patients by C Duehring
11/97- Objective Injuries in Gulf War Veterans Echo MCS & Implicate Chemical Synergy by C Duehring
10/97- Cognitive Impairments May Not Be Properly Documented In MCS by C Wilson
10/97- MCS Patients at Risk:: Porphyrinogenic Chemical & Metabolism by C Duehring
9/97- Chemical Injury As A Women's Health Issue by C Wilson
9/97- Traveling with MCS by R Williams
8/97- Workshop Addresses MCS Research Needs by H Kipen & N Fiedler
7/97- Researchers Propose An Animal Model For MCS Cholonergic Supersensitivity That Also Addresses Biologic Depression by C Duehring
6/97- Case-Controlled Neurospect Brain Scan Study Shows Impairment in Chemically Exposed Patients by C Duehring
5/97- Industry Attacks Use of the ADA by Employees With MCS
5/97- Chemical Sensitivity as an Emerging Disease Mechanism by C Duehring
4/97- Prevalence Study Finds Widespread Chemical Sensitivities in General Population by C Duehring
3/97- EPA Memorandum Links Chlorpyrifos Poisoning to MCS by C Wilson
3/97- Clinical Evaluation & Exposure Control for Chemical Sensitivity by C Duehring
3/97- Kindling, TDS, & Focal Brain Injury in Chemical & Electrical Sensitivity by JW Seastrunk
1/97 & 9/97- Respiratory Inflammation & Other Abnormalities Found in Patients with Concurrent MCS, RUDS & RADS by C Duehring
12/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring
12/96- A Common Sense Approach to Treatment Options by M Trice
12/96- Chemical Synergy Hazards Affect Both Veterans & Civilians by C Duehring
12/96- Pesticides Cause MCS & Other Chronic Problems by C Duehring
11/96- Diagnostic Criteria Need­ed for MCS to Avoid Sting (Editorial) by C Wilson
11/96- Chemical Injury/Sensi­tivity: Objective Tests & Findings by C Duehring
10/96- Chemical Intolerance: Hall­mark Feature of MCS & Porphyria by C Wilson
10/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring
9/96- MCS Recognition Defended by A McCampbell MD
9/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring
7/96- Chemical Injuries Vs Cigarette Science (Editorial) by C Wilson
7/96- Brain Scans for Chemical Injury/Chemical Sensitivity by C Duehring
6/96- Neurogenic Inflammation in MCS by WJ Meggs
6/96- Chemical Sensitivity and Time-Dependent Sensitization: Surveys show Possible Prevalence in the General Population by C Duehring
6/96- Adjustment Disorders Common In MCS by M Trice
5/96- Johns Hopkins Preliminary MCS Research Data by C Duehring
4/96- Neurobiology of MCS: An Interview w/D Dudley by C Duehring
4/96- Cognitive Evoked Potentials & Chemical Sensitivity by C Duehring
3/96- Porphyrinopathies in the MCS Community (From the February Teleconference) by C Wilson
3/96- Porphyrin Testing from the Mayo Medical Laboratories
3/96- 1963 Study Confirms Chemical Sensitivity by C Duehring
3/96- A Place to Start: Toward a Unifying Metabolic Factor for MCS by C Duehring
2/96- Neurological Model for MCS by IR Bell
1/96- In Defense of the MCS/Por­phyria Connection by A Firsten­berg
11/95- Porphyrinogenic Chemicals & Metabolism: MCS Patients at Risk by C Duehring
8/95- MCS: A World-wide Problem by C Wilson
8/95- Diagnostic Tests for MCS by C Duehring
7/95- CFS-FM-MCS Are They One and the Same Illness by C Wilson
6/95- Increased Airway Resistance in MCS Patients by C Duehring
6/95- Accommodating MCS by D Dubins
5/95- A History of MCS by C Miller
11/94- Independent Double-blind Study Con-firms Chemical Sensitivity in 1963 by C Duehring
9/94- Bad MCS Research Plagues Victims by C Wilson
8/94- Porphyria & MCS Overlap Symptoms by Dr. GP Baker

Bullet MCS OPPOSITION:
6/99- MCS taskforce May Not Issue Final Report
6/98- The Three $'s, Brought to You by Corporations & the Far Right by B Selcraig
9/97- Greenpeace Bought Off
5/97- Anti-MCS Conference Results in Reprimand for Sponsor
5/97- Industry Attacks Use of the ADA by Employees With MCS by C Wilson
2/97- Stossel Offers Nothing But Junk Journalism Defending Cigarette Science Against MCS by C Wilson
5/96- Gots Misrepresents Workshop Conclusions on Internet by J Wilson
12/95- ‘Cigarette Science' Applied to MCS from REHW
12/95- ‘Cigarette Science' Applied to MCS from REHW
6/95- Editorial: Clueless in Bethesda by C Wilson
3/95- American Dietetic Association Industry
1/95- C&E News Gives in to Industry Pressure
11/94- New Judges' Manual Favors Defense by C Wilson
10/94- Fighting Orchestrated Confusion
9/94- Orchestrated Confusion by K Austin

Bullet MEMBER PROFILE:
12/02- From Fashion to Landscape Designer by M. S. Lipsky.
2/02- Educational Odyssey by Carol Kuczora

Bullet MENTAL HEALTH:
2,06, 12/05, 10/05- Building Resiliency by R.S. Mayer
10/04- Schizophrenia Linked to Lead by R. Back

Bullet MERCURY:
11/07- High Mercury Levels Found in One-Foruth of Adults by D. Cardwell
10/05- EPA Sued Over Mercury on Behalf of Children by K. Woznicki
4/05- Mercury Emissions to be Traded, EPA Criticized on Pollution Rule by S. Vedantam
12/04- Mercury Threat to Fetus Raised by G. Gugliotta

Bullet MERCURY/AMALGAM:
2/03- California Judge Approves Landmark Warning on Mercury Use in Dentistry
5/00- Mercury Overexposure from Dental Amalgams by Bernard Windham
5/98- Amalgam Warning by Manufacturer

Bullet MISCELLANEOUS:
2/08- Biochip Mimics the Body to Reveal Toxicity of Industrial Compounds
2/08- Researcher Proposes New Concept of Central Sensitivity Syndrome by T deFrance
12/07- More POPs Have to be Flagged as Risky by C. Arnaud
10/07- Reading Protects the Brain by J. Raloff
6/07- Emerging Standards of Peer Support by S. Mead
5/07- First Mall for Environmentally Responsible Businesses by J. Gangemi
5/07- Common Chemicals Might Boost Obesity by A. Cunningham
5/07- Mobile Phones Blamed for Mass Bee Desertion by M. Leapman
4/07- Honeybee ‘Colony Collapse Disorder' may have Pesticide Connection by S. Salisbury
4/07- Commentary: Could Genetically Modified Crops by Killing Bees: by J. McDonald.
2/07- Radio Station Hopes Green Becomes Gold by F. Ahrens
2/07- Low Iodine and Perchlorate Effects in Women by R. Dahl.
12/06- Long-Term Use of Wireless Phones Increases Brain Cancer Risk
12/06- Military Service May Increase Risk of ALS
11/06- Sheep Died Grazing on Bt Cotton
11/06- 35% Hydrogen Peroxide is Not Medicine
11/06- NJ Supreme Court First to Recognize Secondary Exposure Liability
11/06- Toxin Exposures Cost Billions Each Year by B. Condor
11/06- California to Track Chemical Exposure
10/06- Animals Warn of Human Health Hazards in New Database
8/06- Prince Supports Herbs & Holistic Remedies by S. Carrell
8/06- Is Toxin to Blame for Birds Gone Wild? by R. Rivenburg
8/06- Canadians Find 4,000 Grandfathered Chemicals Need Safety Assessment by M. Mittelstaedt
7/06- Chemical Security Bill
5/06- Jet Fuel Exposure Damages Balance
2/06- Mysterious Illness May be Tied to Katrina by G. Graham
2/06- Hyperbaric Oxygen Treatments Mobilize Stem Cells
2/06- Massive Efforts to Deal with Toxins in Soil From Flood by R. L. Loftis
2/06- Jet Fuel Exposure Damages Balance
11/05- Proposed Federal Regulations Will Pre-empt Lawsuits by C. Skrzycki
10/05- Health Screening for Teflon to Start by B. Farkas
9/05- Scientific Evidence and Public Policy by D. Michaels
9/05- Science Under Siege by T. Montague
8/05- CA Biomonitoring Bill Advanced by D. Fischer
6/05- Popular Shampoos Linked to Nerve Damage
6/05- The Nontoxic Adhesive Transforming Plywood by M. Milstein
4/05- Relief for Disabled Student Borrowers
12/04- EPA Eases Curbs on Some Chemicals.
12/04- Turning Turkey Waste Into Oil Products by A. Ostmeyer
11/04- Part 2 of 2: Playing Industrial Hygiene to Win by E. Senn
10/04- Part 1 of 2: Playing Industrial Hygiene to Win by E. Senn
8/04- New Data Challenge Theories of Multiple Sclerosis
8/04- Tips on Finding a Healthy Place to Live by S. Anderson.
7/04- Anti-Fire Chemical Spurs Toxic Fears In Arctic by A. Doyle
2/04- White House Seeks Control Over Federal Scientific Peer Review Process.
12/03- A Syndrome for Every War by J. Glausius.
12/03- Health and Variations in the Human Genome by T. deFrance.
10-11/03- Treatment of Patients with Chronic Degenerative Disease by W. Rea.
9/03- Parkinson's Drug Tied to Addictive Gambling
4/03- Natural Antidotes to Biological Toxins by B. Sardi.
12/02- Making Money on eBay  by B. Camp.
7/02- Cholesterol and Heart Disease a Phony Issue by M. Enig
4/01- An Interview with Margaret Eaton: Organizing Organizations to be Effective by B. Eaton
11/00- Old Fashioned Cold Remedies by Julie A. Evans
10/00- How to Evaluate Treatments by L Lorden
6/00- Pollute and Die!
6/00- 3M to Stop Making Many Scotchgard Products
6/00- Journal editor Believes Conflicts of Interest may Endanger Research
5/00- The Public's Perception of Public Health
4/00- Germany Bans GM Corn
3/00- Patients Who Sue Don't Misrepresent Symptoms More than Those Who Don't
3/00- Ten Years and Counting What's Coming Next C & J Wilson
7/99- PVC IV Products leach Toxic Chemicals
7/99- Toxic Skin-Care Products
7/99- Five Steps to a Great Lawn with No Toxic Chemicals by N Franklin
6/99- VOC Emissions from Mowed grass
6/99- Seattle Symposium on Washington L&I Funded MCS Testing
4/99- Natural Remedies Under Attack in UK by A Radford
3/99- Tips for a Health home Environment by J May
2/99- Tips for a Non-Toxic Home by K Montague & M Dooley
12/98- Meth is Hazardous Waste
11/98- Redefining Secondary Gain in Chronic Illnesses by ME Bedard
11/98- Is Autism Caused by Chem­ical Exposure? by N Neighbor
11/98- NCAP Media Training Event by N Neighbor
10/98- CIIN Speaks to English Pesticide Exposure Group by J Wilson
9/98- Choosing Where to Live
9/98- Nontoxic Food Disinfectant
9/98- Rating a Physician by RS Mayer
8/98- My Inner World of MCS by R Mayer
8/98- Commentary: More Science, Less Spin by DS Greenberg
7/98- The Non-Diet MCS Diet
6/98- Research & Human Concern by LA Plumlee
6/98- Six Steps to Disaster by RS Mayer
5/98- Well, Cured, or Healed? Editorial by J Wilson
2/98- Girls Are Reaching Puberty Early from REHW
12/97- Chemical Injury: A Challenge For The Nations by C Duehring
12/97- Involuntary Commitment of the Chemically Injured (Part 2) by M Trice
11/97- Duehring Wins International Award For Her Work on MCS
11/97- Involuntary Commitment of the Chemically Injured by M Trice
11/97- Chemical Gene Hunt
8/97- Toxic Farmland
7/97- Defense Department Experiments on Civilians Still Legal
7/97- Spotlighting Polluters
6/97- Synthetic Devices Cause for Concern by K Shepard
6/97- Exercising Your Creativity by T Fielding
5/97- Insurance Pollution Exclusion Clause by J Shapiro
5/97- Preparing For a Hospital Stay by J Summers
5/97- NELC Reproductive Toxins Conference by L Tremblay
4/97- (Commentary) We Didn't Start Out As Canaries by C Wilson
3/97- Resource Center for MCS Gets Support
2/97- Stick with Glass Containers by AR Gaby
8/96- Defective Sun & Window Screens by M Golarz
8/96- What the Label Doesn't Tell You (An Interview w/S Bendix) by C Duehring
3/96- Relaxation Techniques by M Trice
1/95- 1994:A Year of Significance by C Wilson (editorial)

Bullet MMPI:
10/96- Refuting the MMPI by Paul R. Lees-Haley

Bullet MONSANTO:
12/98- Monsanto Controlling the Food Supply

Bullet MOLD:
12/07- New Construction Materials Block Moisture Making Homes More Resistant to Mold by A.J. Heavens
12/07- An Incidence Survey of Fibromyalgia in Mold Exposed Patients by J.A. Zagory & M.R. Gray
7/07- Mold and Chronic Illness by G. Ziem
6/07- Science is There on Mold Hazards by A. Price
6/07- Western States Face Mold Danger Despite Dry Climate
5/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Cleaning Up Mold - Is It Ever Enough? by M. Dooley
2/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Crawl Spaces and Mold by M. Dooley
8/06- Symptoms Caused by Molds by T. deFrance
2/06- Private Testing Shows Dangerously High Mold Counts in New Orleans Air
2/06- Mold and Fungi Case Adverse Health Effects by T. deFrance
2/05- Indoor Exposures to Molds and Mycotoxins Cause Adverse Health Effects by T. deFrance
8/04- Testing Homes for Mold by C Blazovsky
8/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Cleaning Up Mold by M. Dooley
7/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Stachybotrys, the "thoxic black mold" by M. Dooley
1/04- Mold and Health by C Perkins.
10-11/03- Indoor Molds and Neurobehavorial and Pulmonary I,pairment by K. Kilburn
8/02- Getting Rid of Mold by C. McIver
10/00- VOCs from Mold Cause Sensory Irritation by M Trice
7/02- Solutions for Less Toxic Living cleaning silk, wool, and rayon; skin care; garbage disposals; perspiration stains; and cleaning mold odors from jars by A. Berthold-Bond

Bullet MSG - MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE:
9/98- MSG Sprayed on Crops
5/98- A Review of Present Regulation for Labeling MSG by JL Samuels & A Samuels
4/96- MSG - A Hidden Danger (Press release 2/15/96)
7/95- MSG Labeling Lawsuit

Bullet MTBE - METHYL TERTIARY:
9/00– Danish Oil Companies Announce Phase-Out of MtBE by Louise Munk
10/98- MTBE Gasoline Should Be Avoided by MA Mehlman - Commentary
12/95- MTBE:A Review of Its Good & Bad Points by A Firstenberg


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Bullet NCCI:
2/01- NCCI Being Revamped to Attract Strong Leaders
2/00- Finding a Way to Work Together by Making the NCCI Work by C Wilson

Bullet NERVOUS SYSTEM:
12/06- Higher DHA Levels Associated with Reduced Risk of Dementia
9/03- Review of Nervous System Effects of Mucrowaves by T. deFrance
9/03- Neuropathy Impacting Millions and Costing Billions

Bullet NEUROTOXICITY:
12/07- Metals Linked to Alzheimer's and Other Neurodegenerative Diseases
11/06- EPA May Approve Neurotoxic Pesticides That Harm Developing Fetuses and Children
6/06, 2/06- Blood Test Gives Early Warning of Brain Injury by M. Rauscher
9/04- Pollutants Cause Huge Rise In Brain Diseases by J. Jowit
4/01- Chemical-Induced Behavioral Problems by C. Wilson
5/00- Nerve Poison leaves Telltale Evidence by Alex Kirby
6/99- Recognizing Neurotoxic Disease by H.H. Schaumburg and P.S. Spencer
12/99- Environmental Neurotoxic Illness: Research for Prevention by P Landrigan, et al.
4/99- EMF-Linked Neurovegetative, Immunologic, and Hematologic Disorders Confirmed in Humans by C Duehring
12/98- Controlled Perfume Study Reveals Adverse Irritant, Respiratory, and Neurologic Effects by C Duehring
9/98- MCS, Neurotoxicity, and Respiratory Toxicity from Organophosphate Pesticides by C Duehring
4/98- Multiple Objective Clinical Abnormalities in MCS: Porphyrin, Immune, & Neurologic Findings by C Duehring
3/98- Objective Evidence of Neurobiological Process in Odor Intolerant Individuals by C Duehring
10/97- Cognitive Impairments May Not Be Properly Documented in MCS by C Wilson
8/97- Pharmaceuticals May Act Synergistically With Pesticides - SPECT Scans Confirm Chronic Poisoning Symptoms by C Duehring
7/97- The Human Nervous System is the Most Sensitive to Environmental Toxins by KH Kilburn
7/97- Researchers Propose An Animal Model For MCS Cholonergic Supersensitivity That Also Addresses Biologic Depression by C Duehring
6/97- Psychological Help for Toxic Chemical Injuries by K Arnold
6/97- Case-Controlled Neuro­spect Brain Scan Study Shows Impairment in Chemically Exposed Patients by C Duehring
3/97- Kindling, TDS, and Focal Brain Injury in Chemical & Electrical Sensitivity by JW Seastrunk
2/97- Brain Scans Confirm Pesticide Poisoning by C Duehring
12/96- Chemicals Effect Mental Health by S Saul & KS Lazarus
10/96- A Neurological Profile for Electrical Sensitivities by L Grant
9/96- Challenges in Toxic Neurobehavioral Assessments by PR Lees-Haley
7/96- Brain Scans for Chemical Injury/ Chemical Sensitivity by C Duehring
6/96- Neurogenic Inflammation in MCS by WJ Meggs
4/96- Neurobiology of MCS: An Interview w/D Dudley by C Duehring
4/96- Cognitive Evoked Potentials & Chemical Sensitivity by C Duehring
2/96- Neurological Model for MCS by IR Bell
2/96- Case-Controlled Neurospect Brain Scan Study Shows Impairment in Chemically Exposed Patients by C Duehring
1/96- MCS Study Comparing Pesticide and Remodeling Patients Indicates Neurologic Mechanism by C Duehring
11/95- Neurotoxic Potential of Aspartame by AV Newman & BA Mullarkey
2/95- Cerebral Disturbances in MCS Patients: A Double-blind Pesticide Exposure Study by C Duehring
8/94- Toxic Encephalopathy vs. Alzheimer's by C Duehring
12/94- Psychogenic MCS Studies Seriously Flawed by C Duehring
7/94– A Neurogenic Research Proposal by M Sweeting & D Dudley
5/94- P-300 Provides Objective Evidence of Chemical Injury When Other Tests Appear Normal by C Duehring
5/94- A Conference on Low-level Exposure to Chemicals and Neurobiologic Sensitivity
4/94- Environmentally Related Disorders of the Nervous System by C Duehring

Bullet NON-PROFITS:
3/02- Principles of Nonprofit Fundraising by L. Schiller.
10/01- Starting a Successful Nonprofit Organization by L. Schiller.


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Bullet OLFACTION:
9/02- Gender Bias in Chemical Sensitization by C. Wilson
3/99- ardiac & Respiratory Disease Risk Found in Epidemiological Study of Chemical Odor Intolerance by C Dueh­ing
6/95- Increased Airway Resistance in MCS Patients by C Duehring

Bullet ORGANOCHLORINES:
2/96- Organochlorines and CFS by Dr. M Donohoe

Bullet ORGANOPHOSPHATES:
9/98- MCS, Neurotoxicity, and Respiratory Toxicity from Organophosphate Pesticides by C Duehring
8/98- Organophosphate Linked by Mad Cow Disease
7/97- ‘Tis The Season by J Gooze (Excerpt from "Recognizing mild organophosphate toxicity")
1/96- Organophosphates Increase Risk of Leukemia by N McFadden

Bullet OSHA:
8/07- OSHA Ordered to Release Toxic Information by J.J. Holland
4/05- OSHA Withdraws More Rules Than It Males by C. Skrzycki
5/03- Court Orders OSHA to Protect Workers


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Bullet P450 ENZYMES:
12/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 3 by C Duehring
10/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 2
9/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring

Bullet PARKINSON'S DISEASE:
2/07- Pesticides linked to Parkinson's Disease by Beyond Pesticides
4/04- Parkinson's Research Focuses on Links to Genes and Toxins by L. Carroll

Bullet PERFUME/FRAGRANCE:
12/07- FDA Adds Petition to Have Angel Perfume Declared Misbranded
12/07- Assay Testing Can Determine Perfume Toxicity by t. deFrance
11/07- Students Want Scent-free Campus by M. Hatfield
10/07- Environmental Groups Petition U.S. to Regulate Air Fresheners J. Kay
5/07- Perfume, Perfume Everywhere by b. Booth
10/06- Avoiding Fragrance Chemicals as Indirect Food Additives by J. J. Wilson
11/05- Car Fresheners Cause Crashes by R. Torr Manama
9/05- Survey Says "Bad" Odors Cause Bad Driving
9/05- Trust in a Bottle by OCA.
8/05- Perfumes Used in London Bombs by b. English.
7/05- Europeans Force Perfume Labeling by G. Clark
6/05- Household Fragrances May be Harming Aquatic Wildlife by M. Shwartz
6/05- Teen Dies from Inhaling Air Freshener
2/05- Denmark Plans Center for Fragrance and Chemical Sensitivity
12/04- Air Fresheners & Aerosols Harm Mothers & Children
8/04- Growing Argument for a Fragrance-Free Environment by E. King
6/04- Work-Site Accommodation Ideas For Individuals With Fragrance Sensitivity by T. DeFreitas Saab.
3/04- Purchasing Fragrance-Free by J. Block
12/03- SNIFF and What Will It Accomplish by L. Lawson.
6/03- ‘Smart clothes' repel bugs, and ooze perfume by R. Highfield
6/03- Fragrance-Free Town Meeting by A Gorlick
6/03- Smelling Good May Cost Too Much by H. Cohen
6/03- Wife Arrested for Perfume Assault; Husband Takes Advantage to Misfortune top Promote MCS
1/03- Bayer's Fragrant Fabric
2/03- Why Scents Don't Make Sense by G. Ziem
12/02- School Refuses Asthmatic Request o Ban Fragrances by R. Alford.
6/01- Getting Fragrances Out Is Difficult by B. Bridges.
5/01- Fragrance Accommodation De­fined, MCS Recognized in EEOC Decision by C. Wilson
7/00- Industry Attacks Halifax Fragrance-free Policy by K Robinson
7/00- Industry Motivation: Personal Rights or Profits by B Bridges
7/00- Concerns for Fragrance Safety by B Bridges
6/00- Fragrance-free Is Not A Reasonable Accommodation
3/00- Eye-Exposure to Fragrance Found to Cause Breathing Difficulties by M Trice
10/99- -Air Fresheners Cause Health Problems by R Edwards
9/99- -Self-Regulation by the Fragrance Industry is Inadequate by B Bridges
6/99- Environmental Health Network Petitions FDA
12/98- Controlled Perfume Study Reveals Adverse Irritant, Respiratory, and Neurologic Effects by C Duehring
7/98- Air Fresheners Emissions Cause Toxic Health Effects by C Duehring
4/98- First Research Study Proves Acute Toxic Effects of Fragrance Products RC Anderson & JH Anderson

Bullet PERSONAL INJURY CLAIM:
9/07- Toxic Tort Basics by s. Smith
4/98- Testimony Without Hard Science Allowed by C Duehring
3/98- Residual Loss in Value as an Element of Damages for Toxic Contamination of Property by KS Hannon
12/97- Laying A Claim: MCS & Our Social Security System by T Baiz
11/97-Third Party Claims: The Vulnerabilities of Toxic Torts by TA Baiz
10/97- The Federal Appeals Process or The Judicial Spin Cycle by TA Baiz
8/97- Toxic Torts In Court (Part Two) by TA Baiz
7/97- Toxic Torts In Court by TA Baiz
7/97- Punitive Awards Taxable
6/97- Settlements in Toxic Tort Litigation by TA Baiz
6/97- The Making & Breaking of Expert Witnesses by S Hafton
5/97- From Claim to Court:A Ride On The African Queen by TA Baiz
4/97- Choosing an Attorney for Your Chemical Injury Case by TA Baiz
3/97- Documenting A Personal Injury Claim by TA Baiz

Bullet PESTICIDES:
2/08- India Against Excessive use of Chemical Pesticides
2/08- Whole Foods Suspends Chemical Spraying Outside Its Stores by D. Maas
12/07- Scorpion Toxin Makes Fungus Deadly to Insects
12/07- Europe Considers Health and Environment in Pesticide Regs
10/07- Pesticide-initiated MCS in Farmers
9/07- 10 Things Your Exterminator Won't Tell You by K. Bensinger
9/07- CA Pesticides Use Gets Appealed by Z. Stahl
8/07- Thousands of Canadians Poisoned by Pesticides Each Year
8/07- Scientists Estimate that Pesticides Reduce Crop Yields by One-Third.
6/7- Blown Away by E. Saarman
6/07- Ban Pesticides from Fields (Palm Beach Post Editorial)
5/07- Oregon Group Seeks to Curb Roadside Spraying
2/07- Pesticides Linked to Anencephaly by G. Stemp-Morlock
2/07- Possible Step Toward Pesticides Toxic only to Pests by C. Potera
2/07- Pesticides linked to Parkinson's Disease by Beyond Pesticides
2/07- No-Permit Pesticide Spraying Allowed Over Waters
12/06- NY State Bans Mosquito Control System by B. Nearing
12/06- Insecticide Gets Help from Gut Bacteria by C. Browlee
11/06- India's Top Court Asks Coke, Pepsi to Reveal Contents of Soft Drinks
11/06- EPA May Approve Neurotoxic Pesticides That Harm Developing Fetuses and Children
10/06- Legal Brief Claims EPA Failed to Follow NAS in Human Studies Rule.
11/05- Proof that Pesticides Adversely Impact the Development of Children by C. Wilson
11/05- Monroe County NY Adopts Pesticide Notification Law by C. Ireland
10/05- Over Congressional Opposition, EPA Still Backs Human Pesticide Testing. Proposed EPA Rules On Human Testing Come Under Attack. Exceptions in New EPA Rules Would Allow Testing Pesticides on Children.
9/05- Pesticide Being Added to Towels by D. Baldwin
8/05- Third National CDC Body Burden Study Funds Widespread Pesticide Exposure
7/05- EPA to Review Human Pesticide Exposure Experiments by J. Hopkins
7/05- Deficiencies in Human Pesticide Tests Detailed
7/05- Pesticides Found to Cause Transgenerational Damage by T. Montague
6/05- New York City Adopts Plant to Curtail Use of Pesticides
6/05- EPA Invites Industry to Mimic Practices of Discontinued CHEERS Study by PEER
3/05- Farmers Use Cola to Control Pests.
12/04- EPA and Chemical Industry Want to Pay Families to Expose Children to Pesticides.
11/04- Reduce Pesticide Exposure
11/04- Asparagus Fights Common Pesticide by M. Hitti
10/04- States Sue to Cut Pesticide Use in Public Housing
6/04- Canadian Physicians Take Stand Against Pesticide Exposure.
5/04- Pediatricians Warned: Neurological Effects of Pesticides on Children
4/04- City of Montreal Restricts Pesticide Use.
3/04- Study Oks Use of Data from Pesticide Tests on Humans by J. Lee
3/04- Colombian Court Nixes Spraying by PAN
3/04- New EPA Lawncare, Environmental Guidelines Coming by Beyond Pesticides
12/03- Focus: Pesticides by L. McElver.
8/03- Report Warns of Pesticide Drift Danger
8/03- Ohio City Adopts Landmark Law to Stop Pesticide Spraying for West Nile Virus.
7/03- EPA Blames Popular Weed Killer for Creating Frog Abnormalities
7/03- 300 Pesticides to Be Withdrawn
6/03- Prostate Cancer Risk Linked to Pesticides
6/03- Schools Protecting Children from Pesticides
5/03- Quebec Takes Lead In Cutting Pesticide Exposure
5/03- NY Attorney General Says He'll Sue Dow
4/03- Genetic Link Found for Pesticide Exposure, ADHD, and Gulf War Syndrome
2/03- Group Asks Major Retailers to Stop Sale of Deadly Pesticides Widely Used on Pets.
2/03- Cosmetic Pesticide Ban Escalates by D. Broten
7/02- Chronic Effects of Low-level, Long-term Exposure to Pesticides by T. deFrance.
5/02- Environmentalist Join Canadian Cancer Society in Call For Ban on Cancer-Causing Lawn Pesticides
5/02- Canadian Garden Center to Stop Selling Chemical Pesticides by B. Burtt
5/02- Canadian Supreme Court Upholds Pesticide Ban.
4/02- Pesticides, Human Health, and the Environment by A. Hotz
4/02- Pesticide Company Sues Scientist and Media by A. Freeman.
8/01- Canada Supreme Court Allows Ban on Lawn Pesticides
5/01- Pesticide Exposure Linked to MCS and CFS in British Gulf War Veterans.
5/01- Reporting and Accessing Pesticide-Adverse-Effects Information by J Handley
2/01- Pesticides & Herbicides Link­ed with Birth Defects
2/01- School Environmental Protection Act Needs Support
11/00- California Schools To Warn of Pesticide Spraying by Tom Harrigan
6/00- Pesticide Threat to Fish Recognized
6/00- Proposed Bill Would Weak­en Existing Pesticide Law
5/00- Pesticide Experiments on Human Should Not be Acceptable by J. J. Steinberg
7/00- Activists File Lawsuit to Halt NY Pesticide Spraying by Beyond Pesticides/National Coalition Against the Misuse of Pesticides
7/00- Halifax Bans Pesticides
5/00- Chemical Cocktails Mixed Pesticides More Potent by D. Holzman
4/00- Dust Mite Pesticided Withdrawn by S. Squires
4/00- CA City Bans Pesticides
3/00- Bt-Not as Safe as Promot­ed
12/99- Biological Pest Controls Under Attack by P McKown, et al.
11/99- Student Exposure to Pesticides Eyed by J Hebert
11/99- Pakistan and Undeveloped World Are Destination For Banned Pesticides by F Panhwar
6/99- Pesticides and Aggression by P Montague
3/99- Deformed Deer Found in Western Montana by N Neighbor
2/99- Pesticide Safety Questioned by J Huff
12/98- Marin County Pesticide Ordinance Proposed by N Neighbor
10/98- Human Pesticide Experimentation by J Raloff
9/98- MCS, Neurotoxicity, and Respiratory Toxicity from Organophosphate Pesticides by C Duehring
8/98- Pharmaceuticals May Act Synergistically With Pesticides SPECT Scans Confirm Chronic Poisoning Symptoms by C Duehring
7/98- Agri-Chemicals Adversely Impact the Development of Children by C Wilson
7/98- Power Company's Pesticiding Stopped by Citizen Protest (Commentary) by C Scelza
6/98- P300 Provides Objective Assessment of Cognitive Impairment from Chemicals by C Duehring
3/98- Playing with Pesticides, Children at Risk
3/98- EPA Gathers Pesticide Exposure Incidents by J DeGance & SD Greene
8/97- Pharmaceuticals May Act Synergistically With Pesticides - SPECT Scans Confirm Chronic Poisoning Symptoms by C Duehring
8/97- From Battlefields to Farm Fields: Technologies of War & Pest Management by S Steingraber
7/97- Microwaves Imitate Pesticides by L Grant
4/97- The Greening of Newton
12/96- Pesticides Cause MCS & Other Chronic Problems by C Duehring
12/96- Landmark Pesticide Ordinance
9/96- Pesticide Risks & Alternatives for Hospitals by C Duehring
8/96- Deformed Deer by J Wilson
7/96- Pesticides Pose Serious Risk
7/96- Pesticides are More Toxic in Combinations
2/96- Pesticide Dangers from REHW
1/96- MCS Study Comparing Pesticide and Remodeling Patients Indicates Neurologic Mechanism by C Duehring
12/95- Porphyrinogenic Pesticides: Toxic to all Living Things by C Duehring
11/95- Reporting Pesticide Injuries by M Trice
10/95- Biotool Kits Replace Chemicals in Control of Pests by K Wiegrefe
9/95- Pesticide Industry Targets Porphyrin Metabolism by C Wilson
9/95- Pesticide Use in Natural Food Stored by S Spiegel
4/95- Chronic Exposure: Evaluat­ing Health Risks from Occupational Exposure to Pesticides and the Regulatory Response by C Duehring
4/95- Airline Pesticide Voluntarily Withdrawn by L Bonvie & B Bonvie
2/95- Cerebral Disturbances in MCS Patients: A Double-blind Pesticide Exposure Study by C Duehring
10/94- Dependence on Pesticides Threatens Our Health & the Environment by DH Monroe

Bullet PHTHALATES:
5/03- Up-date on Phthalates Uses by B. Hileman
8/02- Three Groups Seek Ban on the Use of Phthalates in Cosmetics by J. Carroll

Bullet PORPHYRIA:
10/99- Understanding Chemical Induced Porphyria in MCS Patients by C Duehring
9/99- Understanding and testing for Chemical Induced Porphyrinopathies in MCS Patients by C Duehring
6/99- MCS and Its Relation to Chemical-Induced Porphyrinopathy by C. Duehring
12/98- Vit C Protects
10/98- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment by C Duehring
8/98- Chemical-Induced Porphyrinopathy and Its Relation to MCS by WE Morton, MD
4/98- Multiple Objective Clinical Abnormalities in MCS: Porphyrin, Immune, & Neurologic Findings by C Duehring
10/97- MCS Patients at Risk:: Porphyrinogenic Chemical & Metabolism by C Duehring
4/97- PCBs & Dioxins Have Porphyrinogenic Effects by C Duehring
12/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment :Part 3 by C Duehring
10/96- Chemical Intolerance: Hallmark Feature of MCS & Porphyria by C Wilson
10/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 2 by C Duehring
9/96- Detox P450 Enzymes as They Relate to Chemical Sensitivities, Individual Susceptibility, Porphyrinopathies, and Treatment: Part 1 by C Duehring
6/96- Porphyria Symptom Check List
5/96-Tryptophan in Porphyria by L Boone
2/96- Inconsistent Drug Reactions in Porphyria by KE Anderson & DE Goeger
1/96- EMR Sensitivity & Porphyria: A Possible Connection by A Firstenberg
1/96- In Defense of the MCS/Por­phyria Connection by A Firstenberg
12/95- Porphyrinogenic Pesticides: Toxic to all Living Things by C Duehring
11/95- Porphyrinogenic Chemicals & Metabolism: MCS Patients at Risk by C Duehring
9/95- Pesticide Industry Target Porphyrin Metabolism by C Wilson
8/95- Porphyria & Chronic Fatigue by C Duehring
8/95- Chronic Porphyrias' Role in MCS by W Morton
12/94- Porphyria Testing Suggested for Gulf War Veterans by A Donnay
10/94- Tests Show More Porphyria (GP Baker)
8/94- Porphyria & MCS Overlap Symptoms by GP Baker

Bullet PTSD (Post-traumatic Stress Disorder):
2/08- Letter: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder-Like Symptoms After Treatment With Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitors by R. McLay and J. Ho

Bullet PUBLIC HEALTH:
8/05- Public Health Science Is Being Derailed in the Legal and Regulation Arenas by American Public Health Assoc.


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Bullet rBGH:
9/99- Monsanto's Genetically Modified Milk Ruled Unsafe by United Nations
7/98- Breast Cancer, rBGH & Milk
4/95- Europe Rejects rBGH
8/94- MN takes on rBGH by K Noga
7/94- Milk, rBGH & Antibiotics An Uncontrolled Human Experiment by C Wilson

Bullet REGULATIONS:
10/07- The Environmental Law Game by C. Raffensperger
8/07- REACH Takes Effect in Eruope

Bullet RELIGION:
2/08- Quiet Time: All I have to Do Is Follow by M. Johnson
12/07- Quiet Time: We Are Focused by M. Johnson.
11/07- Quiet Time: Dry Spells by M. Johnson
10/07- Quite Time: I Hate Roller Coasters by M. Johnson
9/07- Quite Time: God Wants to Help by M. Johnson
8/07- Quite Time: I Will Answer by M. Johnson
7/07- Quiet Time: God Enters the Impossible by M. Johnson
6/07- Quiet Time: Don't Sit Here Too Long by M. Johnson
5/07- Quiet Time: A New Song by M. Johnson
4/07- Quite Time: God Hears Prayers by M. Johnson
3/07- Quite Time: Serenity by M. Johnson
2/07- Quite Time: Grace by M. Johnson
12/06; 11/06; 10/06- Living in Grace: The Psalms - Part 1,2, and 3 by M. Quinlan.
8/06- Living in Grace: Paul's Thorn in the Flesh by J. Schwindt
7/06, 6/06, 5/06, 4/06- Living in Grace: Loving our Neighbor – Part 1-4: by M. Quinlan
3/06- Living in Grace: Prayers of Grace For Winter Woes by M. Quinlan
2/06- Living in Grace: What You Said About Spiritually by M. Quinlan
12/05- Living in Grace: Developing Our Spirituality by M. Quinlan
11/05- Living in Grace: The Meaning of Love by M. Quinlan.
10/05- Living in Grace: Spiritually and the Great Commandment by M. Quinlan
9/05- Living in Grace – Love of God Includes Love of Self by M. Quinlan
8/05, 7/05, 6/05- Living in Grace: Worshipping God Communally Parts 1, 2 & 3 by M. Quinlan
5/05, 4/05- Living In Grace – Worshipping God Part 1 & 2 by M. Quinlan.
3/05- Living in Grace: To Know and Love God by M. Quinlan
2/05- Living in Grace: Loving God While Coping with MCS by M. Quinlan
12/04- Devotional: The City of Joy by J. Forbes.
9/04- Devotional: When Life Throws A Dagger by J. Forbes
7/04- Devotional: Who Threw That Banana by J. Forbes.
6/04- Devotional: In His Time, In His Way by J. Forbes
5/04- Devotional: I am Always With You by J. Forbes.
4/04- Devotional: Sing a Psalm of Hope and Joy by J. Forbes.
9/03- Devotional: Sing a Psalm of Praise to the Lord by J Forbes.
8/03- Devotional: Forgiveness on the Path to Healing by J. Forbes
6/03- Devotional: Forgiveness Releases Healing Power by J. Forbes
5/04- Devotional: Seeking Perfect Peace? God is the Source by J. Forbes.
4/03- Devotional: I Life My Eyes to the Hills by J. Forbes.
3/03- Devotional: Felled by the Gagger of MCS? Grab the Handle by J. Forbes.
2/03- Devotional: God's Kaleidoscope of Promises by J. Forbes.
12/02- Devotional: The Gift by J. Forbes.
11/02- Devotional: Fill the Gardens of Your Life with Thankfulness by J Forbes.
10/02- Devotional: With God All Things Are Possible by J, Forbes
9/02- Devotional: Reclaim Your Life by J Forbes
8/02- Devotional: Bitter or Better? by J. Forbes.
7/02- Devotional: Hope in the Lord Gives Freedom by J. Forbes.
6/02- Devotional: Everyone Needs A Trouble Tree by J. Forbes

Bullet RELOCATION INFO:
6/07- Living in Prescott AZ by E. Vedenetra
10/06- MCS Living in Santa Fe by S. O. Wirtz
3/05- MCS Coalition and the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts by D. Baker.

Bullet REPRODUCTIVE  SYSTEM:
11/02- Study Links Weed Killer to Reproductive Problems by E. Green

Bullet RESPIRATORY SYSTEM:
4/02- Coping with Pulmonary Disorders.
10/00- VOCs from Mold Cause Sensory Irritation by M Trice
10/99- Respiratory Inflammation and Other Abnormalities Found in Patients with Concurrent MCS, RUDS & RADS by C Duehring
3/99- Cardiac & Respiratory Disease Risk Found in Epidemiological Study of Chemical Odor Intolerance by C Duehring
12/98- Controlled Perfume Study Reveals Adverse Irritant, Respiratory, and Neurologic Effects by C Duehring
9/98- MCS, Neurotoxicity, and Respiratory Toxicity from Organophosphate Pesticides by C Duehring
5/98- Increased Airway Resistance in MCS Patients by C Duehring
11/96- Respiratory Sensitivities by C Duehring
3/95- Chemically Induced Respiratory Conditions and Their Relationship to MCS: A Review by C Duehring

Bullet RISK ASSESSMENT:
10/07- Counterintuitive Toxicity by J. Raloff
5/04- Understanding the Government's Approach to the Toxicity of Chemical Mixtures by T. deFrance
8/95- Delaney Clause & Risk Assessment by MS Legator & AM Howells-Daniel
3/95- Editorial: Distribution of Risk by GW Lucier
2/95- Risk Assessment from REHW


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Bullet SCHOOL:
2/01- School Environmental Pro­tection Act Needs Support
2/98- MCS Teacher Accommodated by IR Wilkenfeld
9/97- School Renovation Projects Can Pose Health Risks by SL Saul
2/97- Australia's Chemical-Free School by D Hallaby
12/96- Sick Schools are National Disgrace by IR Wilkenfeld
10/95- Sick Schools by IR Wilkenfeld

Bullet SCIENCE:
3/06- Occupational Hazards Researchers Debate Working Relationship with Industry by L. Guterman
2/06- Unhealthy Medicine: All Breakthough, No Follow-Through by S. Woolf.
12/05- Most Published Research Findings Are False by J.P.A. Ioannidis
11/05- Increasingly Judges are Deciding What Science Juries Hear by J. Raloff
11/05- The Art of ‘Manufacturing Uncertainty' by D. Michaels.

Bullet SELF-HELP:
11/07- When the Data Are Insufficient by M. Dooley
11/07- Notes from the House Inspector: More About CFLs by M. Dooley
10/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Mixed Feelings about CFLs by M. Dooley
8/07- Notes from the House Inspector : 24 Hours in an EMF Quieter House by M. Dooley
7/07- Notes from the House Inspector: It's A Scam — Or Is It? by M. Dooley
6/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Safer Cell Phone Usage by M. Dooley
5/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Cleaning Up Mold - Is It Ever Enough? by M. Dooley
4/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Grounding a Metal Bed Frame by M. Dooley.
3/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Beds by M. Dooley.
2/07- Notes from the House Inspector: Crawl Spaces and Mold by M. Dooley
12/06- Housing Inspection Q & A by M. Dooley
11/06- Long Distance EMF Assistance by M. Dooley
10/06- Notes from the House Inspector: Water Demineralization and Health Effects by M. Dooley
7/06- Notes from the House Inspector: Window AC Units by M. Dooley
6/06- Notes from the House Inspector: Special Hazards in 1st Floor Apartment by M. Dooley
5/06- Notes from the House Inspector: Lead in Water by M. Dooley
4/06- Notes from the House Inspector: Imagine if…Geothermal Heat by M. Dooley
3/06- Notes from the House Inspector: Cleaning Up a Flood by M. Dooley
1/06- Help with Shopping by S. Hviid
12/05,11/05, 10/05, 9/05- Notes from the House Inspector – Introduction to Magnetic Fields – Part 1,2, 3, & 4  by M,. Dooley.
9/05- The Few, The Proud, The Spouses of MCS by R. Rohder
8/05- Notes from the House Inspector: EMF Troubleshooting with Burmaster by M. Dooley.
7/05- Notes from the House Inspector: Grounding Electric Fields by M. Dooley
6/05- Notes from the House Inspector: Needing Fresh Air by M. Dooley
5/05, 4/05- Notes from the House Inspector: Water Filtration by M. Dooley
3/05- Notes from the House Inspector: Stray Voltage Issues by M. Dooley
2/05- Notes from the House Inspector: An On-going Water Investigation by M. Dooley
12/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Room Air Purifiers by M. Dooley
11/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Living Through Flooding by M. Dooley
10/04- Devotional: Illness Doesn't Justify Wrongdoing by J. Forbes
10/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Getting the Lead Out by M. Dooley.
10/04- Plants Make a Healthy Hoe by C. Blazovsky
9/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Attic Mold Problems by M. Dooley
8/04- Devotional: Prayer: The Pipeline for God's Blessings by J. Forbes
8/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Cleaning Up Mold by M. Dooley
7/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Stachybotrys, the "thoxic black mold" by M. Dooley
6/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Mold Clean-up by M. Dooley.
5/04- Notes from the House Inspector: Househunters Saved from Mold by M. Dooley.
4/04- Practical Do-It-Yourself Tips by F. Caruso (futons, white out, VOCs, electronic shopping)
4/04- Solutions: Notes from the House Inspector by M. Dooley (Mold and VOCs)
3/04- Devotional: Apart From Me, You can Do Nothing by J. Forbes
3/04- Solutions: A HEPA Vacuum Cleaner an Essential Tool by M. Dooley
2/04- Oiling Wood and Homemade Shellac by F. Caruso
2/04- Devotional – Step Put Toward God's Healing Touch by J. Forbes.
2/04- Solutions For a Healthier Home– Indoor Air Quality testing by M. Dooley.
12/03- Devotional: No Room at the Inn by J. Forbes.
6/03- Health Challenges: Keeping a Positive Attitude by S. Morrone.
4/03- Health Challenges: Exercise by S. Morrone.
3/03- Health Challenges: Food for thought and a Healthy Body by S. Morrone.
2/03- Prepare to Meet Health Challenges Successfully by S. Morrone.
10/02- Solutions for Less Toxic Living: Disinfectants for Cutting Boards; Sour Milk; Soft-scrub
9/02- Solutions for Less Toxic Living: Floor Wax, Stains, and Clogged Iron.
8/02- Solutions for Less Toxic Living on Glue
7/02- Solutions for Less Toxic Living cleaning silk, wool, and rayon; skin care; garbage disposals; perspiration stains; and cleaning mold odors from jars by A. Berthold-Bond
6/02- Solutions for Less Toxic Living on Bee & Wasp Stings and Fighting Fleas by A. Berthold-Bond.
5/02- Solutions for Less Toxic Living on Sugar Ants, Dry goods moths, and Wall Paper Paste by A. Berthold-Bond
5/02- Devotional: Never Become Discouraged by J. Forbes.
5/02- Take Control: Clean It Up  by Lynne Johnston.
4/02- Take Control: Making a How-ToHelp Handout for Family and Friends by Lynne Johnston.
4/02- Solution for Less Toxic Living – getting fragrances Out, Protecting Sesntivie Eyes, and Masks by F. Caruso.

Bullet SICK BUILDING SYNDROME:
6/05- Prince Charles Takes on Architects by J. Meikle
11/02- Builders See Green in Contracts for ‘Green' Offices by Q.S. Kim
12/00- SBS Overview Funds Some May Develop MCS
9/00– An SBS Detective Story Leads to Formaldehyde & Air Fresheners.
2/98- SBS Overview Observes Some May Develop MCS by C Duehring
12/95- Gender Bias in SBS by C Duehring

Bullet SILICONE IMPLANTS:
2/01- Contributing Factors in Lost Silicone Cases
5/97- Silicone Implant Facts by M Keeling
8/96- NOW Supports Silicone Victims
10/94- Silicone Produces T-cell Response

Bullet SOCIAL SECURITY:
3/05- Social Security Disability and Survivors Benefits from the House of Representative.
1/05- Social Security Will Be There If… by J. Wilson
2/03- Gathering Medical Evidence for Social Security Disability by P. Farrell.
8/02- Applying for Social Security Disability by P. Farrell
12/00- Court Rules Judge Oversteps Authority in Rejecting MCS in Social Security Case by Sheldon A. Mossberg.
3/99- De-Mystifying Social Security Disability Adjudication, The Physician's Role by JS Wolfe
12/98- SSA Continues Disability Reviews
2/98- MCS Recognized in Court Case
12/97- Laying A Claim: MCS & Our Social Security System by T Baiz
3/97- Don't Just "Sign Up" for SSD by DM Smith
12/96- SSA Disability Reviews by DM Smith

Bullet SOLVENTS:
7/05- Study Links Solvent to Lower Test Scores by J. H. Price.
4/05- Neurocognitive sequelae of exposure to organic solvents and (meth) acrylates among nail-studio technicians by G.L. LoSasso, et al.
12/04- Solvent-Exposed Nail Technicians' Neurotoxicity by G. LoSasso, et al.
12/03- Long-Term Influence on Cognitive Function of Solvent Exposure.
3/03- Exposure to Organic Solvents Heightens Risk of MCS
5/01- Residual Central Nervous System Dysfunction from Organic Solvents Persists Years After Exposure Ends by R. deFrance.
5/99- Cardiac Effects and Sudden Death from Solvent and Aerosol Exposures by C Duehring

Bullet SPERM COUNT:
8/01- Sperm Quality Decline Causes More Than Just Infertility Problems by A. Derfel.
4/97- Semen's Susceptibility to Trinitrotoluene is Confirmed by C Duehring
1/96- Declining Sperm Counts Confirmed by LW Smith
11/94- Declining Fertility in Males Confirmed by S Connor

Bullet SUPPLEMENTS:
12/07- Omega-3s Preserve Memory
11/07- EU to Regulate Natural Vitamins and Minerals as Food
11/07- Some Supplements Increase Risk of Death
8/07- Vitamin D Intake Should Quadruple by S. Daniells
2/07- Vit. D Deficiency May Predispose People to Infection by J. Raloff
12/06- Study Shows Antioxidant Supplements Benefit Asthmatics by T. deFrance
8/05- What Happens at Codex Affects U.S. Law by S. Harris.
4/05- Emergency Update on Vitamins and Supplements by J.C. Hammell
11/04- Vit. D Deficiency Link With Many Chronic Diseases by R. Kotilak
9/03- Vitamins Combat Inherited Cholesterol Problems
9/03- Part 3 of 3: Dietary Supplements: Nutrients Needed for Dealing with MCS by R. Schmid
8/03- Vitamin C Touted to Fight Viruses by J, Mawhinney
7/03- Study Shows Antioxidant Supplements Benefit Asthmatics Exposed to Ozone by T. deFrance.
7/03- Part 2 of 3: Dietary Supplements: ‘Food Vitamin' Supplements; Potency and Purityl Additives by R. Schmid.
6/03- Part 1 of 3: Dietary Supplements: Why Take Supplements; Quality Issues; Sources and Forms by R. Schmid
6/02- A Critical Balance of Antioxidants
6/02- Commentary: EU Votes to Restrict Access to Supplements; U.S. May Follow Suit by B. Eaton.


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Bullet TIME-DEPENDENT SENSITIZATION:
3/97- Kindling, TDS, & Focal Brain Injury in Chemical & Electrical Sensitivity by JW Seastruck
8/96- Chemical Odor Intolerance (Cacos­mia) in College Students is Consistent with Time-Dependent Sensitization by C Duehring
6/96- Chemical Sensitivity and Time-Dependent Sensitization: Surveys show Possible Prevalence in the General Population by C Duehring
5/95- Time-Dependent Sensitization & MCS by C Duehring
4/95- TDS as a Possible Model for MCS by SM Antelman

Bullet TOBACCO SMOKE:
8/06- Secondhand Smoke Health Threat Worse Than Believed by M. Kaufman
1/06- A 2nd Study Finds Heart Attacks Fall After City Enacts Smoking Ban by K. Auge
9/05- Scotland Goes Smoke Free by H. Macdonell
10/04- The Air in Smoky Taverns
12/02- The Cost of Secondhand Smoke by A. McCook.
5/02- Problems from Maternal Smoking
7/97- Tobacco Smoke-Screen (Editorial)
11/96- Fighting Environmental Tobacco Smoke

Bullet TOOTH LOSS:
7/96- MCS & Tooth Loss by C Wilson

Bullet TOXICOLOGY:
3/07- Scientists Can't Predict a Poison's Low-Dose Effect by J. Raloff.
6/06- Harmless Levels of Chemicals Can Prove Toxic Together by D. Biello
4/00- Transforming Toxicology to Address Modern Health Concerns by Mark Donohue
3/95- Understanding Basic Toxicology by G Baker


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Bullet UVB:
8/98- UVB Damages Immune System by N Neighbor

Bullet VACCINES:
5/02- National Security Could Lead to Forced Smallpox and Anthrax Vaccinations by B. Eaton

Bullet VIOLENCE:
9/00– Scottish Courts Find Ex-Husband Guilty of Shampoo Attack,
8/97- Toxics and Violent Crimes
10/95- Murderer Seeks MCS Support for Retrial

Bullet VITAMINS:
9/07- One Vitamin May Impair Cognition if Another is Lacking by B. Harder
10/05- Vitamin E and C Are Safe Across a Broad Range of Intakes by J. N. Hathcock
7/04- Vitamin C May Cut Tobacco Smoke Damage by M. Fox
12/98- Vit C Protects Against Porphyric Effects
12/97- Vitamin C Improves Immune Function in Chemically Injured Patients by C Duehring

Bullet VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS:
12/04- voc cancer Risk Underestimated by EPA


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Bullet WATER QUALITY:
10/07- Pollution Causes 40% of Deaths Worldwide
8/07- New Fears Raised Over Safety of D.C. Water by C.D. Leonnig
2/07- No-Permit Pesticide Spraying Allowed Over Waters
2/07- Effluent Changes Gender of Fish by B. Dickinson & t. Neff
6/05- Straight from the Tap.
4/05- Notes from the House Inspector: Water Filtration by M. Dooley
9/04- Antibacterial Chemical Found in Streams
9/02- Household Chemicals Harm Chesapeake Bay
5/02- Dartmouth Researcher Warns of Chemicals Added to Drinking Water by S. Knapp
5/02- A Few Water Facts by E. Grady.
2/96- Spreading Viruses in the Name of Science by A Bairden
12/95- 50 Years of Fluoridated Water Is Nothing To Celebrate by EJ Chesley
4/95- Great Lakes & Rivers Show Poor Quality by AV Newman w/B Mullarkey

Bullet WEST NILE VIRUS:
8/04- South Euclid Model for the Nation by M. Lehky
8/03- Ohio City Adopts Landmark Law to Stop Pesticide Spraying for West Nile Virus.
4/03- dealing with the Threat of West Nile Virus.

Bullet WILDLIFE:
3/02- Developmental Malformation in Wildlife by J. Hoy.

Bullet WOOD BURNING:
1/96- Wood Burning: Does a Hearth Make a Home by S Saul & K Lazarus

Bullet WORKERS:
10/06- Study Finds Illness Persisting 9/11 Workers by A. DePalma
6/06, 3/06- Occupational Hazards Researchers Debate Working Relationship with Industry by L. Guterman
10/05- Congressional Support for Sick 9/11 Workers Disappears by R. Sisk

Bullet WORKERS' COMP:
12/95- Boeing Workers Win Their Day in Court by C Wilson


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