EHS & MCS – Intro, Crisis in Medicine & Info on the 5 W’s and the How of EHS/MCS.

  Graphics credit: EHS & MCS Research and Treatment Group Since 2009, distinguished French/Belgian physicians and researchers with roots in the cancer field have been doing groundbreaking work on multiple chemical sensitivity (MCS) and electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS). These are twinned conditions often suffered by the same people and I’ll discuss this work its implications in … Continue reading EHS & MCS – Intro, Crisis in Medicine & Info on the 5 W’s and the How of EHS/MCS.

More than 750,00 sick Ontarians – 1 in 6! – are without healthcare for devastating illnesses.

Tell Ontario’s Minister of Health and Long Term Care, Christine Elliot, that she must implement the recommendations of the task force report, CARE NOW: An Action Plan to Improve Care for People with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Fibromyalgia (FM) and Environmental Sensitivities/Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (ES/MCS). Dear friends and colleagues, Today, I’m writing to you … Continue reading More than 750,00 sick Ontarians – 1 in 6! – are without healthcare for devastating illnesses.

BREAST CANCER UK, AN A to Z OF CHEMICALS – AND YOU GUESSED IT, IT’S ALL THE USUAL SUSPECTS RESPONSIBLE FOR MULTIPLE EPIDEMICS OF CHRONIC DISEASE

BREAST CANCER UK, AN A to Z OF CHEMICALS - AND YOU GUESSED IT, IT'S ALL THE USUAL SUSPECTS RESPONSIBLE FOR MULTIPLE EPIDEMICS OF CHRONIC DISEASE BIG news from Breast Cancer UK - what they call an ‘A to Z’  list of chemicals associated with this cancer, with information on where these chemicals are found, and … Continue reading BREAST CANCER UK, AN A to Z OF CHEMICALS – AND YOU GUESSED IT, IT’S ALL THE USUAL SUSPECTS RESPONSIBLE FOR MULTIPLE EPIDEMICS OF CHRONIC DISEASE

NETFLIX’S SNOWJOB: SERIES ON PEOPLE WITH ENVIRONMENTALLY-LINKED ILLNESSES IS RETROGRADE, IGNORANT AND DESTRUCTIVE. SERIES SUBJECTS DEMAND THE SERIES BE REMOVED. YOU SHOULD TOO.

A lot of people seem to be tuning in to Netflix's new series "Afflicted," and no wonder. The trailer is melodramatic and mysterious - hey, look at all these people suffering from so many horrible and mysterious ailments! - and so some viewers are simply curious. But since these conditions - including chemical and electromagnetic … Continue reading NETFLIX’S SNOWJOB: SERIES ON PEOPLE WITH ENVIRONMENTALLY-LINKED ILLNESSES IS RETROGRADE, IGNORANT AND DESTRUCTIVE. SERIES SUBJECTS DEMAND THE SERIES BE REMOVED. YOU SHOULD TOO.

Visionary pioneer and clinician in environmental Illness, Dr. William J. Rea, dies in Dallas. World loses the man who created the most comprehensive and important environmental health clinic for the chemically sensitive, a model for clinics and clinicians everywhere.

Thursday, August 16, the world of environmental Illness lost a brilliant, courageous and extraordinarily accomplished pioneer who was, for forty years, the most important clinician in the field of chemical sensitivity in the world: William J. Rea, M.D., the founder and director of the Environmental Health Center - Dallas. Since the 1970s, Dr. Rea’s work … Continue reading Visionary pioneer and clinician in environmental Illness, Dr. William J. Rea, dies in Dallas. World loses the man who created the most comprehensive and important environmental health clinic for the chemically sensitive, a model for clinics and clinicians everywhere.

An Update on Canada’s Chemicals Management Process, Monsanto-Bayer Approved to be the New Agrichem Giant, and Why this is Bad For You!

Some weeks ago, we promised you a report on what’s happening at the federal level, in Canada and in the US. In Canada, we want to report on what the government is intending to do regarding the so-called Chemicals Management Process (CMP) report, filed last June in the context of a larger review of the … Continue reading An Update on Canada’s Chemicals Management Process, Monsanto-Bayer Approved to be the New Agrichem Giant, and Why this is Bad For You!

Extra! Extra! Extra! The Washington Post on How the “Growing Stink” of Fragrance in Consumer Products is Driving Workers Out of the Workplace

Garnering national attention, Elizabeth Leamy of the Washington Post  wrote yesterday that there is a ‘growing stink’ regarding the increasingly common use of unnecessary scents in everyday products – from garbage bags to tissues – that has led to over 1 in 3 Americans experiencing health problems when exposed to these high levels of scented … Continue reading Extra! Extra! Extra! The Washington Post on How the “Growing Stink” of Fragrance in Consumer Products is Driving Workers Out of the Workplace