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Arizona, MCS Organizations, Minnesota, Publications, Regional »

[ 17 May 2008 | 3 Comments | 83,656 views]
HEAL (Human Ecology Action League, Inc.)

HEAL (Human Ecology Action League, Inc.)

CSSS – Chemical Sensitivity Service & Souppor Group – Phoenix

Housing Info
Newsletter Archive

Fragrance and Health
“One in five Americans may experience harm from fragrance exposures!”
HEAL On-Line – THE Supplement – Index
HEALinks: Environmental science and health on-line
The Human Ecologist – recent issue index
The Human Ecologist – back issue index
HEAL – Southern Arizona
By Miriam Finkel, Kata Orndorff, Ariel Barfield, and Faith Spaulding
Ecologic News, Volume 17, No. 2, Spring …

Medical »

[ 17 May 2008 | 2 Comments | 15,742 views]

Also see Migraines

American Association for the Study of Headache (AASH)

Headache FAQ sheet

The American Council for Headache Education (1.800.255.2243)
One of their stated goals: “To promote research into potential headache causes and treatments. ”
[Why not give them a call or drop them a line via snail if you feel that one of the
easiest ways to avoid a headache is to avoid fragrant products — personal care and
cleaning? It seems they’ve yet to learn chemical sensitivity is not “allergy” and that
prevention is an ideal alternative. — barb]
National Headache Foundation
428 W. St. …

Pest Control »

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Head Lice

Head Lice
Beware of pesticides! Some contain malathion. Following are some suggestions via links for
dealing with head lice. Remember, they do not harm us or our pets . . . pesticides can harm us and
our pets. I believe it is your right AND your obligation, to yourself, to your family and to the
world around you, to investigate alternative methods to pest control. — barb

Sample of book, Head Lice to Dead Lice
Controversial issues regarding head lice treatments
They say “we say”
“The Lice Ladies at respectfully disagree with some of …

Government Regulation, Scientific Research »

[ 17 May 2008 | 4 Comments | 39,582 views]
Hazardous Substances

189 Hazardous Air Pollutants
The 1990 Clean Air Act (CAA)
Hazardous Chemicals, Glossary by Lifekind
Northern Maine Technical College Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
This site only states that they have the MSDS on hand … but you should see the
common products listed as hazardous. — barb
If URL below doesn’t work, search The US Code for “Hazardous Substances” under

California, Government Regulation, Regional, Scientific Research »

[ 17 May 2008 | 2 Comments | 35,352 views]
Hazard Evaluation System and Information Service (HESIS)

An Introduction to Chemical Hazards in the Workplace
” … What makes a chemical toxic?
“The toxicity of a substance is its ability to cause harmful effects. These
effects can strike a single cell, a group of cells, an organ system, or the
entire body. A toxic effect may be visible damage, or a decrease in
performance or function measureable only by a test. All chemicals
can cause harm. When only a very large amount of the chemical can
cause damage, the chemical is considered to be relatively non-toxic.
When a small amount can be harmful, the chemical …

California, People, Regional, Scientific Research »

[ 17 May 2008 | No Comment | 5,210 views]
Tyrone Hayes

UC Berkeley Biologist who found Atrazine linked to deformed sexual organs of frogs

Atrazine-Induced Hermaphroditism at 0.1 PPB in American Frogs (Rana pipiens): Laboratory and Field Evidence Environmental Health Perspectives; Volume 111, Number 4;April 2003
Hermaphrodite Frogs Caused By Popular Weed Killer?
By Bijal P. Trivedi; National Geographic Today
“April 16, 2002 Atrazine, a top selling weed killer in the United States and the world, has
been found to dramatically affect the sexual development of male frogs, turning them
into hermaphroditesãcreatures with both male and female organsãat concentrations
30 times lower than those deemed safe …

People »

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Joe Hawkins

Hawaii, Regional »

[ 17 May 2008 | No Comment | 3,689 views]

X-reme Science Exploring Oceans, Volcanoes and Outter Space
Northwest Hawaiian Island Reserve
Malama Hawaii.

Legal »

[ 17 May 2008 | 4 Comments | 61,153 views]
Hate Crimes

Do the law enforcement officers, school administrators, workplace management teams, health care
administrators, et al., around this country understand the nature of the hate crimes perpetrated
against the already chemically injured? We are disabled by chemicals you may think of as
benign, but believe me, that simply means you have a lot to learn. At least word is now getting out
on the harmful effects of pesticides, but the ignorance that continues to be shown by the
powers that be amazes me.
I keep asking myself: If county health officials, members of the local …

Politics »

[ 17 May 2008 | No Comment | 3,310 views]
Harris Poll Online

Harris Poll Online

Environment »

[ 17 May 2008 | No Comment | 4,055 views]
Harmful Algae Blooms (HABs)

Harmful Algae Blooms – US Distribution
Marine Biotoxins
“…. four HAB problems that are under investigation at the Northwest Fisheries Science Center
The Marine Mammal Center?

Government Regulation, Regional, Washington »

[ 17 May 2008 | No Comment | 4,452 views]
Hanford, Washington

Hanford Health Information Network (HHIN)
The Network was created to provide information on the known and potential health
effects of the radioactive releases from the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, located in
south central Washington state, from 1944 to 1972.
Hanford Health Information Archives

History of Hanford Operations — A Beginning Chronology
Hanford Nuclear Site: Related Websites
Website by David A. Sonnenfeld, WSU Dept. of Sociology
Feedback & suggestions:

Canada, Government Regulation, Regional »

[ 17 May 2008 | No Comment | 4,749 views]

For extensive list of articles, regarding the industry-staged “counterattack”
see EHN’s General Links, page A, Articles on Halifax (a few appear below)
To learn more about the Halifax “counterattack” see Another Perspective, which includes statements of those supporting cleaner air for all, and the industry.

C A S L E – Citizens for A Safe Learning Environment
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
Christian Science Monitor

When in Halifax, spare the deodorant
Ruth Walker (
Staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor; TORONTO

Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

Mayor Walter R. Fitzgerald
Halifax Regional Municipality
Office of the Mayor
1841 …

Housing »

[ 17 May 2008 | One Comment | 9,501 views]
Habitat for Humanity

Habitat for Humanity [links worldwide]

Habitat for Humanity, Environmental Initiatives at
Brought to you by Environmental Building News

Personal Care »

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Hair Care Suggestions and General Information

For the chemically injured . . . and those who wish to be safer
Also see EHN’s sections on Organics and Shampoos.
I use organic Jojoba Oil on my scalp, before shampooing, as well as on my skin, massaging
it in well. I often use baking soda as a shampoo. Otherwise, I find I can use a wide range of
Magick Botanicals products. And, I don’t use hair dye, feeling I’ve earned my gray.
You can find documents telling you hair dye is safe. But until we stop hearing about all of
the skyrocketing …