Volume 2 Issue 9
Full PDF: http://www.mcs-america.org/September2007.pdf
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Tell us a little about yourself and your background.
My hometown is San Jose, California; I lived there most of my life until I ran away to graduate school. I've always been a science nerd. I had my first chemistry lesson when I was four and my brother was six. My mother used stuff in the kitchen, water and alcohol, baking soda and vinegar, and taught us to write a balanced chemical equation. I started college as chemistry major, but it didn't take long for me to be seduced by biology and this is our time in the sun, no question about it biologists rule!
I am concerned about fabric softener product emissions harming the children and pets in our neighborhood. Have you noticed how many of the children have asthma? I am wondering if you are aware of that scientific studies have found dangerous chemicals in common fabric softeners?
parents help get everything ready for their children they hold so dear
some will head off to school, and not have an ounce of fear
while others only grudgingly go, and shed many a tear
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Pushing Limits presents a program on the pathology and politics of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), hosted by Jackie Barshak, an art historian living with MCS.
Guests: Dr. Grace Ziem, Albert Donnay,Cindi Norwitz, Dr. Ann McCampbell
Certified Mold Strategies, Ltd.
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Leader in the Home Inspection and IAQ Industry
"Strategies for Easier Breathing"
Defining Chemical Sensitivity
by Bonnye L. Matthews. valued at $39.95 each
will be sold as part of our MCS Awareness month fundraiser and celebration!
Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
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