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For a good general introduction to Multiple Chemical Sensitivity see this article on the MCS aware site; for an in depth discussion of the conditionsee this excellent paper by Professor Malcolm Hooper, chief scientific adviser, among many other things, to the Gulf War Veterans.
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Multi Sensitivity– Albert Donnay - courtesy of of the Environmental Illness Resource 2008 & 2012
Story in 31/10/11 Daily Mail about a 29 year old with multiple food and chemical allergies who has had her funding for neutralisation therapy at the Breakspear Hospital (that has been enabling her to manage her allergies) withdrawn. November 2011
If you are chemically sensitive you may wish to avoid dry cleaned clothes. An article by Jennifer Manning on the Environmental Chemistry website. March 2006
Helminths reduce Multiple Chemical Sensitivity – John Scott reports August 2011
New allergen-free houses in Switzerland
From foods to chemicals – Anna Locatelli charts her increasing sensitivity to life...
Landmark chemical legislation introduced to protect the health of American families
How to make a chemical-free hand sanitiser from essential oils – instructions and video.
Very useful article on the Planet Thrive website suggesting 12 ways that those with severe chemical or electricty sensitivity can keep warm. Febuary 2010
Protect yourself from VOCs when opening electronics packages
Possible harmful effects of hand 'sanitisers'
Courtesy of Latitudes, the journal of the Association for Comprehensive NeuroTherapy - 2009
Some comments on the ES/MCS fall out from different types of dental fillings - from Debbie Taylor (courtesy of ES UK) and holistic dentist Adam Sapera. 2009
Joining up the dots: an overview of chemical sensitivity - what it is and how we can take action – Lesley Williams 2009
MCS International TV MCS International has put together a video library of chemical sensitivity stories which you can view on line.
Eliminating tics through diet and reducing the chemical load -
2009 Courtesy of Latitudes the Association for Comprehensive NeuroTherapy
Building biology testing systems and guidelines for sleeping areas cover electromagnetic fields, chemicals and fungi/bacteria. They were drawn up by BAUBIOLOGIE MAES on behalf and with the support of the Institut für Baubiologie+Ökologie NeubeueIB. The most current version, SBM-008, was translated into English in 2008.
1. Building biology evaluation guidelines for sleeping areas
2. Standard of building biology testing methods SBM-2008
3. Questions and answers about the guidelines
Why do I have ME and multiple chemical sensitivity and what can I do about it? An article covering possible causes, the effects and some treatments for ME and MCS – Margaret Moss 2008
Chemical-free toothpaste - 2007: John Scott gives his recipe for chemical-free home made toothpaste.
REACH - Registration, Evaluation and Authorisation of Chemicals - 2007: Michelle Berriedale-Johnson looks at the new EU legislation
Multiple Chemical Sensitivity- 2007: At the age of 11 Matthew Hogg was diagnosed with CFS/ME. Having spent a great deal of time researching his own condition he has now created a website - www.ei-resource.org - on which he has gathered a prodigious library of information. Click here to read more.
Chemicals, chemical 'sense' - and E numbers... 2006: The Royal Society of Chemistry and chemical scientists in general
are increasingly worried about the bad press that ‘chemicals’ get
amongst those who seek to live and eat ‘naturally’ and ‘organically’. Michelle
Berriedale-Johnson assesses the arguments.
The Chemical Connection - 2005: Dr Paula Baillie, author of Stop the 21st Century Killing You, looks at how chemicals are poisoning our immune systems and may be leading to allergy, food intolerance and chronic illness - and what we can do about it.
Breakspear Hospital and Dr Jean Munro: The research and experimentation by Dr Munro into nutritional medicine offers a long-term return to health for sufferers of various ailments where conventional medicine has failed – Michelle Berriedale-Johnson 2001
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