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When people realize what they have been exposed to without their knowledge
or consent (pesticides and toxic waste are just scratching the surface,)
It will make the tobacco fiasco look like a tiny puff of smoke.
.


Multiple Chemical Sensitivities Fact or Fiction, Disability and the Law.
Air Pollution Allergens
MCS-Chemical Injury E-mail Discussion List
No Perfume Means Healthier Air!
Environmental Pollution and Radiation
  Hidden Sources of MSG
Foods for a Healthy Diet
  Monosodium Glutamate (MSG & Hidden MSG)
  Chemical Health Effects
  THE CAUSE OF B.S.E.
 (Environmental Illness)
 Health Industry Manufacturers Association
 Environment News Service
 Fragranced Products Information Network
 Environmental and Investigative Reporting
 Eat Healthy
 CARBON MONOXIDE HEADQUARTERS
ANILINE ENVIRONMENTAL NEWSLETTER
 Canadian Assoc. of Physicians for the Environment
What is MTBE? Why we should we care?
Department of Marine Resources
National Toxic Encephalopathy Foundation
Lists of Resources, Links, and Bibliographies
 Evaluation of Chemically Sensitive Patients
Environment at the End of the Millennium
Life after pollution
Reports, Articles and Other  Links
System Needed to Track Asthma Environmental Triggers
NIOSH PUBLICATIONS
 
The MS Mystery Solved?

 

 
 
 
 
 For a great newsletter on perfumes, send a SASE to Working Fragrance
Free, PO Box 460461, San Francisco, CA 94146-0461 and I will get one to you.


CLICK ON TWEETY FOR SOME
 USEFUL INFORMATION TO KEEP FLYING


-I.D. chemicals and More Information about them: http://chemfinder.camsoft.com/
HEALTH FREEDOM WATCHDOG: http://www.castle.net/~mystic/pages/watvict.html
Information from the White House: http://sunsite.unc.edu/white-house/white-house.html
Write letters when you are negatively affected by fragrances. If possible try to find out the name of whatmade you sick.  (If you can do it without further harm to yourself). Keep copies of your letters
and send them registered with a return receipt.  Send copies to your legislative representatives, 
document on your letter you are cc'ing.  If you are made ill by your mail being contaminated.  Write
the Postal Service.   http://www.usps.gov/
You can request a complaint form at your local Post Office or you can use their online site.
 Write those responsible for the contamination if possible *If you are made ill by a perfume, cosmetic product, or personal care product - Write the manufacture
Then there is always our State's Representatives.  I wish they could start hearing a "shout from the masses" as to our disapproval of all the contaminants allowed in our enviroment.  And what are they
doing (if anything) to stop it????    "The Electronic Activist"

 
 
E-MAIL
 
President@whitehouse.gov
Vicepresident@whitehouse.gov
 
White House Numbers:
The President                 (202) 456-1414
 White House Comment Line      (202) 456-1111
(To register your opinion on an issue)
When bill signed or vetoed    (202) 456-2226
Vice President      (202) 456-2326 or (202) 456-7125
 
Mailing Address:
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.
Washington DC  20500

 
 
Write the FDA
Call the FDA Cosmetics and Colors Automated Information Line 1-800-270-8869, for information on how to report adverse reactions to cosmetics, as well as problems such
as filth, decomposition, or spoilage. Or go to Andi's site at
http://members.aol.com/enviroknow/perfume/letter.htm
 
Write the EPA Indoor Air Quality division. They have an online site  http://www.epa.gov/iaq/
and an e-mail address for comments.  webmaster.oria@epamail.epa.gov
 
Write the RIFM - Research Institute for Fragrance Materials
Two University Plaza
Suite 406
Hackensack, New Jersey 07601
201-488-5527 (number for RIFM)
202-293-5800 (number for Glenn Roberts - spokesperson for RIFM)

 
 
28 Sept, 1998 Wall Street Journal article on
Pesticide testing in humans,  information on which companies are now involved.
 
Bayer plans to test the pesticide methamidiphos on volunteers in Scotland.
 
Switzerland's Novartis AG says it recently began testing diazinon with about 60 volunteers at an undisclosed private U.S. laboratory.
 
Amvac Chemical Corp., a unit of American Vanguard Corp. in conducted trials with dichlorvos on
21 volunteers in late 1996 at a research company owned by the University of Manchester in England.
 
The Dow AgroSciences unit is awaiting approval from a U.S. laboratory for a human test with chlorpyrifos.
 
*Cheminova Agro AS, based in Lemvig, Denmark, says it plans to test malathion on volunteers at the Inveresk lab in Scotland "within the next two months."
 
In all, the article goes on to say, at least seven human tests with pesticides are under way or planned, according to Chris F. Wilkinson, a pesticide industry consultant with Jellinek, Schwartz & Connolly Inc.,
in Arlington, Va.
 
Quote from this article:  "The pesticides being tested on humans range from mildly to highly toxic; some can be lethal in large doses. But the companies say the amounts given -- usually in a blend of
corn oil in gelatin capsules, or mixed in orange juice -- are too small to cause harm."

 
 

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