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 ADHD/ADD

The Selling of Attention Deficit Disorder

Kentucky tops U.S. for ADHD

Environmental Lead Exposure and Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder Symptom Domains in a Community Sample of South Korean School-Age Children.

Serum perfluorinated compound concentration and attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children aged 5 to 18 years

New ADHD Study Shows the Potential Efficacy of New Multi-Modal Hemispheric Based Program in Boosting Academic and Cognitive Performance of Children Who Exhibit Symptoms of Neurobehavioral Disorders Such as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD), and Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

AIR FRESHENERS

Secrets of the home: The chemical reactor you live in

Schools Indoor Pollution & Health Observatory Network in Europe

Ritual Risk: Incense Use and Cardiovascular Mortality

How Manufactured Smells Are Making People Shop Longer And Kill Better

What smells good to one Staten Islander, may cause severe physical distress to another

Orleans Hotel, Scent Air and Belle Aire Fragrances

Air Fresheners

Toxic Air Fresheners – The Scent of Danger in the Air

NASA study: Houseplants remove harmful substances from indoors

WHO Report Burden of disease from Household Air Pollution for 2012

Obesity Is Tied to Pollutants

Air regulations shown to improve our children’s health: Editorial

The Connection Between Air Pollution and Cell Phones You’ve Never Heard About

DENTAL/MERCURY

Coenzyme Q10 Benefits – Gum Disease Treatment and Prevention

Mercury poisoning plagues dentistry

Mercury (Hg) burden in children: The impact of dental amalgam.

Putting BPA-based dental fillings in perspective

Government and Top University Studies: Fluoride Lowers IQ and Causes Other Health Problems

Harvard Study Confirms Fluoride Reduces Children’s IQ

Dental X-rays can double brain tumor risk, study finds

ENVIRONMENTAL ILLNESS

How I discovered a coffee pot was making my patient sick

Comparing non-specific physical symptoms in environmentally sensitive patients: prevalence, duration, functional status and illness behavior.

Case-control study of genotypes in multiple chemical sensitivity: CYP2D6, NAT1, NAT2, PON1, PON2 and MTHFR.

Genetic susceptibility factors for multiple chemical sensitivity revisited

General practitioners’ experiences with provision of healthcare to patients with self-reported multiple chemical sensitivity.

Effect of exposure to volatile organic compounds (VOCs) on airway inflammatory response in mice.

MULTIPLE CHEMICAL SENSITIVITIES UNDER SIEGE

Associations of Filaggrin Gene Loss-of-Function Variants with Urinary Phthalate Metabolites and Testicular Function in Young Danish Men

A short Chemical Sensitivity Scale for assessment of airway sensory hyperreactivity.

Arsenic Exposure Perturbs the Gut Microbiome and Its Metabolic Profile in Mice: An Integrated Metagenomics and Metabolomics Analysis

A review of a two-phase population study of multiple chemical sensitivities.

Are drug metabolites able to cause T-cell-mediated hypersensitivity reactions?

An elevated pro-inflammatory cytokine profile in multiple chemical sensitivity

Biochemical abnormalities in patients with multiple chemical sensitivities.

Asthma related to cleaning agents: a clinical insight

Asthma and chemical hypersensitivity: prevalence, etiology, and age of onset.

Chemical Sensitivity: Pathophysiology or Pathopsychology?

Nine Research Areas That Need to Be Applied to or Expanded in the Study of Multiple Chemical Sensitivities

Anaesthesia management in patients with multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome.

Review of evidence for a toxicological mechanism of idiopathic environmental intolerance.

The role of genetic polymorphisms in environmental health.

Extreme Chemical Sensitivity Makes Sufferers Allergic to Life

Non-invasive Assessment of Exhaled Breath Pattern in Patients with Multiple Chemical Sensibility Disorder.

Environmental Illness in U.S. Kids Cost $76.6 Billion in One Year 

FORMALDEHYDE

 Proposed bans on BPA, formaldehyde raise case for federal action

The ‘No More Tears’ Shampoo, Now With No Formaldehyde

Help Wash Formaldehyde Out of Baby’s Hair

Stricter Regulation of Formaldehyde Remains Uncertain Despite Carcinogen Ruling

Environmental triggers of nocturnal dry cough in infancy: New insights about chronic domestic exposure to formaldehyde in the PARIS birth cohort.

Relationship between formaldehyde and quaternium-15 contact allergy. Influence of strength of patch test reactions

GREEN

Hidden hazards found in green products

How To Make Your Own Vitamin C Serum

Six Natural Ways to Firm Sagging Skin

How to clean without nasty chemicals

 At Ursinus College, a Jewish New Year with an environmental theme

The Green Mantle Way™ Pet Alert

The Most Toxic Home-Cleaning Products

Las Vegas Now Has True Green Wedding and Event Services. For more information.  

Spread Of Ecolabels Vexes Cleaning Product Makers

How a Leafy Folk Remedy Stopped Bedbugs in Their Tracks

‘Green’ products leave cancer-causing cleaners in the dust

GULF SPILL & BP

BP effort to shut down compensation program blocked by judge

Gulf Coast Syndrome

LEED

Heavy-hitting lobby groups look beyond LEED with new coalition

LEED- Long on promise, short on delivery

LEED: A Set-up For Sick Buildings? Is LEED Diamond the Answer?

LEED Buildings Rated Green … and Often Toxic

LEED Certification Where Energy Efficiency Collides with Human Health, An EHHI Report

Do LEED-Certified Green Buildings Protect Human Health?

LYME

Afflicted: Living with Lyme

The Confounding Debate Over Lyme Disease in the South

Lyme disease surges north, and Canada moves out of denial

The nasty, scary world of emerging tick-borne disease

Cannabis Relieves Nerve Pain From Lyme Disease, Fibromyalgia, & Associated Conditions

When the ‘cure’ doesn’t end the pain (Lyme)

Lyme Disease Far More Common Than Previously Known

Why Doctors Can’t Acknowledge, Treat, or Cure Chronic Lyme

Lyme Cover Up Rages On

What You Can Do About Tickborne Diseases &Treatment

Mitochondrial enzymes discriminate between mitochondrial disorders and chronic fatigue syndrome.

MOLD

Parents pull children out of class over mould concerns

Rooms with water damage may be linked to skin problem in children

Kawasaki Disease Traced to Winds from Northeast China Carrying Unusual Fungal Load

Storm Victims, in Cleanup, Face Rise in Injuries and Illness

Ball State off-campus housing project remediating mold

Workers walk out, warn of black mold at Muskegon hotel

Overland sued in death of former worker

Common Toxins in Our Homes, Schools and Workplaces

Study links mold to childhood asthma

Allergic reaction to mold causing hyperactivity and thoughts of suicide  -video

EMF’s and Indoor Mold-Connection

Research Identifies Specific Bacteria Linked to Indoor Water-Damage and Mold

PARKINSON’S

Pesticides Linked to Parkinson’s Risk in People with Specific Gene

Flight attendants seek legal advice over Parkinson’s disease fear

Landmark legal case will probe the link between Parkinson’s disease and insecticide sprays used on long-haul flights

Colorado researchers probe Parkinson’s disease causes, treatments

Study Offers Insights into Link between Parkinson’s and Pesticides

Researchers find a link between pesticides and Parkinson’s disease; local group seeks action

Household organophosphorus pesticide use and Parkinson’s disease.

Researchers discover new links between pesticides, Parkinson’s

NIH Links Pesticides to Parkinson’s

Pesticides implicated in Parkinson’s? Government, researchers and foundations know it, but, the public is not fully appraised of this association.

Pesticides again tied to Parkinson’s disease

Pesticides and Parkinson’s: Further Proof of a Link Uncovered

Parkinson’s disease risk from ambient exposure to pesticides.

Molecular mechanisms of pesticide-induced neurotoxicity: Relevance to Parkinson’s disease.

PRESS RELEASES/NTEF INFORMATION

2013 Awareness Protocol

Nevada Public Utilities Commission Retaliates Over Americans With Disabilities Act Compliance.

NV Proclamation

Gulf War Veterans Wanted for Survey.

International Gulf War Veterans Sought for Survey.

May is National Toxic Encephalopathy & Chemical Injury Awareness Month

PROCLAMATION:  May is National Toxic Encephalopathy & Chemical Injury Awareness Month

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