Links for the Chemically Injured
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for the Chemically Injured, Chemically Sensitive / Environmentally Ill
NOTE: Please also see links under Organizationsand Clothing.
- Anderson Laboratories
- Chemical Injury Awareness Pin
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry's Hazardous Materials Database
- Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry's Hazardous Sites - Sensitive Map
- Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Carbonless Copy Paper article entitled "What's That Smell"..
- Center for Food Safety
- Chemical Injury information This is Dr. Grace Ziem's website http://www.chemicalinjury.net.
- Read Debra Lynn Dadd's story of how she recovered from MCS at http://www.dld123.com/mcs.html and visit her site http://www.dld123.com to find out about her book "Home Safe Home" and see the services she has available that can help people with MCS.
- Dakota Free provides real help for dry, sensitive or allergy prone skin with all-natural and fragrance-free skin care products, insect repellent alternatives and household cleaners that are good for you, your skin and the planet. (Not all products are fragrance-free, but ingredients are listed). http://dakotafree.com
- Ecological Health Organization, Inc. - ECHO
- Environmental Health Network of California
- Fragranced Products Information Network
- Health Effects of Air Pollution
- Healthy Schools Network See also Dr. Rapp under Doctors.
- Human Ecology Action League, Inc. has good links for air quality, disability, etc.
- National Coalition for the Chemically Injured
- North Carolina & South Carolina Chemical Injury Network
- MCS-Global is a Global Recognition Campaign for Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and other chemically induced illnesses, diseases & injury. You can get a great looking patch (emblem) here.
- MCS Housing Resources
- MCS/EI/CI Information The emphasis is on helping people obtain Social
Security Disability benefits with an MCS diagnosis. There is also general information on the site.
- MCS Information
- MCS RADIO PROGRAM
There's a hot weekly radio show addressing environmental health issues that is hosted by a woman with MCS. The station is local to Massachusetts, but it is webstreaming, and the show's web presence is growing (and soon will be podcasting).
This site has lots of great links in it also.
- MCS Referral & Resources, Inc.
- MCSurvivors (resources)
- MSDS Collection. MSDS stands for Material Safety Data Sheet
- Multiple Chemical Sensitivity Org
Your questions answered about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity. Information for sufferers and for people who suspect they may be affected by living in a chemical world. They provide a rundown of the conditions, causes and can answer questions that people may have on the condition.
- NEEDS: This is a great store for just about everything. http://www.needs.com
- NIOSH: http://www.cdc.gov/niosh/
- OSHA search page: http://www.osha-slc.gov/html/dbsearch.html
- Refreshingly Free is an online website that offer products for people who are bothered by normal chemical, fragrance based products. The website is http://www.RefreshinglyFree.com and all of our products are fragrance free and we are trying to offer more products that are totally natural and paraben free.
- R.E.S.C.I.N.D. (Repeal Existing Stereotypes about Chronic Immunological and Neurological Diseases).
- Solutions-4-You sells safe cleaning and laundry products, etc.
- The Chemical Sensitivity Foundation includes World Trade Center info and registry
- The Chemical Sensitivity Index Page has good articles to read.
- The Environmental Illness Resource, http://www.ei-resource.org, provides information, latest news, articles, links directory, forums and other resources to sufferers of chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, multiple chemical sensitivity, allergies and other related conditions.
- The Vanguard has good overview material.
- Vermont SIRI MSDS Collection. SIRI stands for Safety Information Resources, Inc.
- World Health Org search page: http://www.who.int/home/search/
- World Trade Center info at The Chemical Sensitivity Foundation
- Yahoo's Environmental Health links
- Yahoo's Multiple Chemical Sensitivity links
These listings have been gathered from various sources and are presented here with the intent to provide hard won information to anyone whom it may help. If you find that the names, phone numbers, addresses or such are out of date in any way, or you feel there is a significant change or addition which should be made to these resources, please be so kind as to Contact Us.
Disclaimer: We do not endorse people, products or services. We do not give medical advice. What works for one person does not necessarily work for another. Please check with health-care professionals of your own choice. I am not a doctor and I do not give medical advice. The author is a chemically injured person who is extremely chemically sensitive (reactive) and who has just had a lot of personal experience in trying to survive chemical insults and toxic exposures.
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