"The Minnesota Department of Health published a list Monday of nine toxic chemicals that are present in children's products."
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Coming to Terms with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
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Herbicide Found to Cause Coordination and Learning Difficulties
EPA Provides Access to Some Chemical Studies
Air Pollution Shown to Lead to Brain Damage
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Former North Carolina Teacher Files Suit Against School Over Alleged Harassment
"A former teacher with the Charlotte-Mercklenburg, North Carolina school system has filed a lawsuit claiming harassment and discrimination by students and administrators.
The Charlotte Observer reports that the federal suit, filed on behalf of 67-year-old Nada Feldman, claims the ex-teacher was also forced to resign after officials neglected to provide for her sensitivity to chemicals, which the suit claims is a medical condition."
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