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Chemical | Chem Food Additives | Chem Profiles | ChemTox

Lisa Cherry | Children – Teens | Chiropractic | Chlorine | Cholesterol | Chloramine | Chronic

CIIN | CIL | Citizens | Citrus | CJD | Clean | Cleaner Air | Commonweal

Company Info | Computer | Computer Hoaxes


Consumer Information & Products | Contrails | Co-op

Copyright Myths | Corporate Info | Corporate Watch | Cosmetic Info


Coumarin | Court Info | CPC | Creeks | Crohn’s | Cystitis


Remember, you can use your browser’s find command if you don’t see what you want in QuickClicks.









Outbound to Government LINKS


EHN does not endorse any product, service, or therapy and none is intended or implied.

We bring you this information as a service.

C


CAFF — Community Alliance with Family Farmers






California Anti-SLAPP Project – Dedicated to First Amendment Rights

SLAPPs (Strategic Lawsuits Against Public Participation).

http://www.sirius.com/~casp/welcome.html

California Citizens for Health

NOTE from barb: Please get involved!

http://www.citizenshealth.org


California Medical Association





California Medical Board


Californians for Alternatives to Toxics (CATs)




Californians for Pesticide Reform (CPR)




  • Californians for Renewable Energy

    http://www.calfree.com/home.html


    CalPIRG

    http://www.pirg.org/calpirg



    Calvin Klein — a Unilever company

    http://www.unilever.com/



    Seeking company info? Go to Hoovers Online, enter any company name, hit go

    http://www.hoovers.com/


      Calvin Klein’s Eternity — basis of petition of the FDA

      (By no means the only such fragrance product to be unregulated and released to market
      without adequate testing — none are regulated by the FDA.

      See FDA: http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/cos-206.html )

      EHN’s FDA Petition: FDApetition/bkgrinfo.htm


    • Some of the newspapers printing Ocelot/Obsession story. Yet, how many

      have carried the information that EHN is petitioning the FDA to declare

      Calvin Klein’s Eternity eau de parfum “misbranded”?


      • Orlando Sentinel 08/04/1999

        FEMALE OCELOTS GO WILD FOR CALVIN KLEIN COLOGNE

      • The Toronto Star 08/04/1999

        Calvin Klein’s obsession drives some ocelots wild

      • The Arizona Republic 08/13/1999

        ZOO OCELOTS GO WILD FOR OBSESSION

      • Florida Today 08/07/1999

        OCELOTS OBSESS ABOUT SEX NEAR CALVIN KLEIN COLOGNE

      • The Dallas Morning News 08/03/1999

        Catnip – by Calvin Klein: It takes an Obsession to drive female ocelots

      • Chicago Sun-Times 08/10/1999

        Between love and ocelot droppings lies Obsession







  • CAN – Citizens Awareness Network –

    ” We are a grassroots, volunteer organization concerned with environmental pollution
    and health issues surrounding exposure to toxins. The scientific community and the
    nuclear industry have undermined citizen’s confidence in their ability to understand
    atomic power and its effects. CAN seeks to demystify these issues, with the goal of
    enabling citizens to reclaim democratic control over their environment and develop
    strategies for the prevention and elimination of pollution.”

    http://www.nukebusters.org/


    Canada






    — end Canada —

    A Canary’s Eye View

    http://www.loudzen.com/canary/index.html

    CanaryNews


    • MCS: Health & Environment

      http://www.mcshealthenviron.org/

    • Lynn Lawson in the news

      A special treat: Lynn Lawson is interviewed. However, NBC5DFW’s report is not quite
      accurate. Lynn IS safe in her home, which is not more toxic than outdoors, and she doesn’t
      “prefer spending her days outdoors” (winter in Illinois is pretty cold). Lynn tells us: “What

      I am spraying in our kitchen is a bottle filled with vinegar and water, not an aerosol.” Also, she
      provided the producer a lot of info on fragrances, which wound up on the cutting room floor because
      the producer needed to stick to her topic: aerosols and air fresheners.– barb)


      http://nbc5dfw.healthsurfing.com/1999/12/06/

    • Staying Well in a Toxic World: Understanding Environmental Illness,

      Multiple Sensitivity, Injuries, Sick Building Syndrome

      By Lynn Lawson.

      Staying Well … is not just a self-help book. Instead, it discusses what our illness says about

      our world. It takes on the larger issues of politics, the environment, history, sociology and the

      medical establishment. 488 pp. 1993

      Available through EHN

      books/bookordr.htm





    Cancer information


      My father had his lower jaw removed, along with 2/3 of his tongue, the glands in his neck
      and his top rib due to cancer. He was a smoker. He had been a handsome man. He lived with the
      effects of that surger for seven years, during which time he taught himself to speak again and
      returned to his practice of chiropractic. Dad died in August 1969 at not quite age 67 from the
      effects of a stroke . . . also a smoking-related risk.

      My father-in-law also developed cancer of the jaw — the side opposite my father’s — and
      underwent his surgery five years after my father had his. My father-in-law’s cancer spread to
      his lungs and he died in August 1968, 11 months following surgery. If you take time zones into
      consideration, it would become a year to the day before my father died.

      My mother developed cancer of the larynx, coming on with a sudden and then lasting case of
      laryngitis in May 1975. In January 1976 she had a biopsy, which confirmed her illness. She
      refused surgery having experienced my father’s plight with him. She did take cobalt treatments
      and continued working until the day after Labor Day, 1976. She died Sept. 30, just a couple of
      weeks before her 63rd birthday.

      My mother-in-law, who never really smoked although in the early years used to fancy herself an
      after dinner smoker, gave up that activity upon the death of her husband. She lived a rather
      long, relatively healthy live, dying just five days before her 98th birthday in 1998. She suffered a
      broken hip in October 1998 and, while she survived the surgery, she could not win the battle
      against pneumonia.

      One out of four parents lived a rather long, healthy life. One out of four was never a real smoker.
      Surgery for oral cancers are disfiguring, to say the very least. Think twice before putting that
      tobacco product in your mouth. — barb




    Central Texas Poison Center – CTPC

    The CTPC is a 24-hour poison emergency treatment and information resource for

    health care professionals and the public in Central Texas.

    http://swinfo.tamu.edu/poison/ctpc.htm

    CESAR CHAVEZ
    Address to Pacific Lutheran University, March 1989

    http://www.ufw.org/fast.html

    CFIDS – CFS – FM – ME

    (Also see MCS Links at ehnlinx/mcs.htm

    SSR 99-2p: POLICY INTERPRETATION RULING

    TITLES II AND XVI: EVALUATING CASES INVOLVING

    CHRONIC FATIGUE SYNDROME (CFS)


    http://www.ssa.gov/OP_Home/rulings/di/01/SSR99-02-di-01.html



    STRONGE VS. LONDON LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY




    Tell your CFIDS story


    UK ME-Web, Home of the


    WECAN (Worldwide Electronic CFIDS/M.E. Action Network)


    What is CFIDS/CFS/ME?




    end CFIDS links


    Return to MCS category, subcategory C

    Return to top of page.






    Charter on Industrial Hazards and Human Rights

    “Judgment of the Permanent Peoples Tribunal on Human Rights and

    Industrial Hazards; Bhopal, India, October 1992.


    [This is a lengthy document. Please visit this site to gain its full impact. –barb]

      Preamble

      http://www.eastend.com.au/~goble/Acta/charter.htm#T2

      “Article 4 Right to organise

      ” 1. All community members and workers have the right to organise

      with other local communities and workers for the purpose of seeking to

      ensure a working environment free from hazard. [emphasis mine –bw]

      ” 2. In particular, the right to organise includes:

        (a) the freedoms of expression, association and peaceful assembly;

        (b) the right to form local, national and international organisations;

        (c) the rights to campaign, lobby, educate and exchange information;

        (d) the right to form trade unions;

        (e) the right to strike or take other forms of industrial action.”


      http://www.eastend.com.au/~goble/Acta/charter.htm#T4a


    Chat

    You may wish to check for Chat Rooms via your search function and Google.

    Try as I might, I can’t keep up with the growing information available on MCS and

    MCS Chats, etc. That is good news. When I first started out, there was very little info

    available. It is also bad news. The longer the “experts” have taken the industry’s

    line of thinking (books/cmaeibri.htm) to heart,

    the more millions of people have become ill . . . or prematurely dead. A very sad

    commentary. It IS the s, folks. And, it IS indoor air quality that really gets us . . .

    and our pets. We all can do something about our indoor air … make smarter, cleaner air,

    purchasing decisions. Let’s wake up before it’s too late for all. — barb


    Also see Lists

    ehnlinx/l.htm#LISTS

    Chemical Info

    end chemical links



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    Lisa Cherry

    Lisa is a Member of the CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF JOURNALISTS, and

    CANADIAN WOMEN IN COMMUNICATIONS

    http://www.vrx.net/lisa



    Children/Kids/Students/Teens

    ehnlinx/childstu.htm

    Children’s Environmental Health Network (CEHN)

    (No connection with the Environmental Health Network – EHN, www.ehnca.org)

    http://www.cehn.org/


  • CHEC – Children’s Health Environmental Coalition

    http://www.kidsforsavingearth.org/checcampaign.htm



    Return to top of page.



    Chiropractic


    Chloramine Conversion — EBMUD


  • Chlorpyrifos

    Panna report on CQS Health and Environment

    http://www.cqs.com/chlorpyr.htm


  • The Christie List of Links

    References Related to Health Concerns of Pesticides

    http://www.geocities.com/johnsankey.geo/christielist.html



    Chlorine

    It’s only “anecdotal,” but damn, it is true! Several years ago, several people gathered for a
    meeting with Berkeley’s Commission on Disability. They met in a Senior Citizens Center. That
    particular evening, one of the custodial crew, cleaned with a load of bleach. Several of us wound
    up with our lungs seared. Only one woman received any recompense from the city . . . to cover
    her emergency room visit as I recall. None of my visits to alternative care were covered by the
    city, nonetheless, I lived with very painful lungs for several weeks as a result. Maybe bleach
    companies wish to assure us that their product is safe and its only the big guys like paper mills
    that pollute, but let me assure you, bleach can cause adverse health effects in “small” quantities
    too . . . and it certainly can be a severe pollutant of the indoor air environment. — barb




    Cholesterol


    Chronic Illnesses

    Chronic Fatigue

    See CFIDS above.

    Church

    Also see “Relgion” ehnlinx/r.htm#Religion

    or ” Worship” ehnlinx/w.htm#Worship





    Citizens






    • Fluoridation — Also search this site for “fluoride”

      http://www.citizens.org/Food_water_safety/Fluoridation/fluoride2.html


    • Mission Statement

      Citizens For Health believes you have to right to:

      Choose your physicians, including naturopaths, homeopaths, chiropractors,
      acupuncturists and others providing alternative therapies.

      Choose treatments, including vitamin supplements, herbs, homeopathy and other
      nonconventional modalities.

      Purchase vitamins, herbs and other supplements easily and in the dosages you require.

      Obtain water that is free of toxins and harmful chemicals.

      Eat natural foods grown and prepared without pesticides, hormones or antibiotics

      Be fully informed if foods for purchase have been irradiated or genetically engineered.

      Be fully informed on issues affecting your freedom of choice.




  • Citizens for Safe Drinking Water; San Mateo, CA

    http://www.nofluoride.com/






  • Citizens for Safe Drinking Water; Santa Cruz, CA

    http://members.tripod.com/~safewater/index.html


    Citizens for A Safe Learning Environment (CASLE)

    ” … promoting environmentally healthy products, practices, and conditions

    in Nova Scotia’s schools … “

    http://www.chebucto.ns.ca/Education/CASLE/





    Citrus Scents


    • Lemon-scented products spawn pollutants

      Janet Raloff; Week of Dec. 9, 2000; Vol. 158, No. 24

      ScienceNews Online

      “While prepping for holiday guests, many hosts will deploy cleaners and air fresheners
      that impart a pleasant lemon or pine scent. Though they can mask stale smells, their
      fragrant ingredientsãunder certain conditionsãmay also be a rich source of indoor
      pollution, a study finds. …”

      http://www.sciencenews.org/20001209/fob7.asp


        Note: for more information on fragrances and flavors, visit EHN’s page F

        ehnlinx/f.htm#Fragrance


        Also visit the Citizens’ Petition before the FDA requesting they follow their own regulations
        already on their books to require warning labels on synthetic fragrances released to market
        without adequate testing.


        FDApetition/bkgrinfo.htm

    Clean



  • Pollution Prevention Tips for the Dedicated Boater

    http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/PW/storm/boater.html

  • REMODELING YOUR HOUSE? DON’T LAY A FOUNDATION FOR WATER
    POLLUTION IN THE BAY AREA!

    Home Improvement Tips That Won’t Jeopardize Local Creeks and the San Francisco Bay


    http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/PW/storm/improve.html

  • Seventh Generation, Inc.

    212 Battery Street Suite A

    Burlington, VT 05401-5281

    phone 802.658.3773; fax 802.658.1771

    “If every household in the U.S. replaced just one bottle of 28 oz. petroleum based
    dishwashing liquid with our vegetable based product, we could save 82,000 barrels of oil,
    enough to drive a car for over 86 million miles.”

    http://www.seventhgen.com/


  • Shaklee Cleaners

    Vist the site for even more cleaners than the ones I’ve linked to . . . — barb

    http://www.shaklee.com/index.html



    • Basic-H — Effectively cleans hard surfaces, furniture, walls, enameled woodwork,

      floors, glass, cars, appliances – even delicate fabrics; No phosphates, chlorine, borates,

      nitrates, or fragrance

      http://www.shaklee.com/products/household/all_purpose/basic-h.html


      Basic-G©
      Disinfects and deodorizes while it cleans

    • Basic-G Highly Concentrated Germicide — When used as directed, effective
      against more than 40 bacteria, fungi, and viruses, including: various Salmonella,

      Staph and Strep pathogens, Herpes simplex types I and II, HIV-1 (AIDS virus),

      Influenza-A/Hong Kong, Athletes foot, Feline leukemia, Canine distemper, and Rabies.
      http://www.shaklee.com/products/household/all_purpose/basic-g.html


    • Basic-IÆ Industrial Strength Cleaner — Removes grease and grime —
      without phosphates or nitrates — Penetrates, emulsifies, and removes grease and grime
      Ideal for heavy-duty home, industrial, and commercial jobs: garage tools, barbecue
      grills, driveways, workshop and garage floors

      http://www.shaklee.com/products/household/all_purpose/basic-i.html

  • Cleaner Air

    “A proposal (before the US Access Board) for voluntary “Cleaner-Air” signage, and a

    pictogram, that we suggest for voluntary designation of rooms and paths of travel

    voluntarily made and kept as accessible as is voluntarily possible, by voluntary

    participants.

    ehnlinx/pclnair.html

  • Cleaners for Sensitive Noses from

    EMPHYSEMA FOUNDATION FOR OUR RIGHT TO SURVIVE

    http://www.emphysema.net/newtips.html


  • Cleaning Information





    — end cleaning info —




  • Clearwater

    http://www.clearwater.org/



  • Clearing Up Cosmetic Confusion

    This article originally appeared in the May-June 1998 FDA Consumer.

    http://www.pueblo.gsa.gov/cic_text/health/cosmetic-confusion/cosmetic.hdb


    Clinic of Angels





    Clinical Trials (actively seeking patients)






    Coalition for a Healthy Environment, CHE



    Coastal Post -A great little newspaper. — barb

    http://www.coastalpost.com/

      Carol Sterritt is a prolific writer on our environment; please search the

      Coastal Post for “Sterritt” for the rest of her articles. — barb


    Colorado HealthNet



  • Coming Clean

    “omeclean.org is the website for Coming Clean, a campaign which is aimed at putting
    the spotlight on the chemical industry and exposing unacceptable acts of corporate
    irresponsibility that have left communities with polluted environments, citizens and
    workers with severe health problems, and our children with a legacy of polluted air,
    water, land and food. …”

    http://www.comeclean.org/

    Commonweal

    Communities for a Better Environment (CBE)





    Cochlear Implant Club Newsletter — Pacific Northwest

    http://www.deafweb.org/cic9804.htm

    Community Action Publications

    http://www.monitor.net/~cap/

    Community Alliance with Family Farmers (CAFF)






    Company Information through Hoovers

    Look up company info, product info …

    http://www.hoovers.com/











    Complementary Wellness

    Group, web, newsletter, journal

    http://www.earthmed.com/member_sites/compwell/


    Computer Stuff




    end computer section




    Conner’s Unfamiliar Quotations

    (also see Quotes)



    Conrad, Richard H.PhD, Biochemist

    What Goes On the Skin, Goes Through the Skin


    FDApetition/lrconrad.htm




    Consensus – Multiple Chemical Sensitivity: A 1999 Consensus

    http://heldref.org/html/Consensus.html



    Consumer Information and Products

    See EHN’s petition of the FDA to declare Calvin Klein’s Eternity eau de parfum “misbranded.”

    Included are chemical analyses by two labs — the second lab’s work in table format,

    giving excerpted info from MSDS. The FDA is still accepting letters and documentation. Please see:

    (FDApetition/bkgrinfo.htm)


      YOU should be able to learn aboutchemical ingredientsin fragrance

      products! But because of trade secret laws, the industry is protected and you don’t

      have the right to know! It’s up to you to protect your health and the health of your family

      members. You can begin doing so by using fragrance-free products (which are not necessarily
      free of fragrnces by the way and that’s OK with the FDA!*), or good old fashioned baking soda
      as a personal deodorant, dentifrice and cleaning agent for porcelain; lemon juice; salt; vinegar;
      Borax . . . for cleaning.

      * “fragrance-free

      “products so labeled may still contain small amounts of fragrances to mask the fatty odor of soap or
      other unpleasant odors” from http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/cos-safe.html — barb





    EHN does not endorse any product, service, or therapy and none is intended or implied.
    We bring you this information as a service.



  • Country Store





  • DEBRA LYNN DADD

    Consumer Fact Sheets





  • Disinfectant

  • EARTH AND HEALTH friendly places to shop

    http://www.olivija.com/mcs2/

  • Earth Tech

    http://www.earthtechinc.com/index.html


  • Enhanced Aesthetics

    Skincare & Nutrition & Collectibles

    http://www.california.com/~hawk/


  • essiac information (herbal tea)

    A consumer resource guide about all aspects of essiac




  • Evergreen Rooms

    http://www.evergreenrooms.com/


  • Fragrance Triggers Asthma! So sayeth notable institutions.

    Please see EHN’s Avoid Fragrances

    ehnlinx/a.htm#AVOID



  • Fragranced Products Information Network


  • Fragrances: Julia Kendall’s work — compilation of information on the toxic chemicals in fragrance products

    (Julia died July 12, 1997. She had suffered from leukemia as a result of pesticide poisoning.

    She not only battled long and hard against her illness, but up to her last days, she was an

    activist and advocate, dedicated to helping others who had been chemically injured. Her

    work lives on — and is to be freely copied, with her credit lines in place. — barb) —



  • Furniture





  • Gardens Alive!





    Gazoontite Store




  • Gifts

    ehnlinx/g.htm#Gifts





  • GreenMarket.com

    http://www.greenmarketplace.com/greenmarket/index.html?siteid=[siteid]&cart=9428498261005657


  • Health, Awareness and Harmony

    888 377 8877

    310 457 5176

    Fax 310 883 2082

    email: helthcom@aol.com

    http://www.healthy-communications.com/

    Household Products

      Environmental Defense

    • Commercial Detergent Alternatives

      http://www.edf.org/Earth2Kids/teachers/house_products.html


    • The facts about household products

      http://www.edf.org/links/ehhi/


      • Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

        Quoting Script for transparency #3

        Indoor air quality can be impacted by some chemicals used to clean, protect, maintain, and
        decorate the home and its furnishings, for personal care and grooming, and for hobbies.

        Products can release chemicals into the air during use, as the product dries or cures, or off
        gas as the products age.



        Examples of household products that could be an indoor air quality problem:



























        paints cleaning products hobby products
        varnishes disinfectants cosmetics and personal care products
        waxes degreasers  
        strippers pesticides  
        caulking adhesives air fresheners  

        http://www.montana.edu:80/wwwcxair/housprod.html

    How Safe Is YOUR Bathroom?

    Common Sense Nutrition

    http://www.commonsensenutrition.com/prevent-cancer/test.htm

  • Hygenaire

    htpp://www.hygenaire.com

    Ý



  • I Can Breathe! (masks by Adrien Bledstein)

    Watch out for the “rip-off” variety … they’re not the same! — barb

    http://www.icanbreathe.com/


  • Indoor Air Hazards



  • Jacki’s MCS Resources






  • Jen-Par Enterprises

    Environmental and People Safe Products

  • Joan LaCroix and her badges/caps/T-Shirts in The New Reactor




  • Lawn Mowers (non polluting)




  • Lifekind

    http://www.lifekind.com


  • Lighthouse Press

    Serving Consumers Looking for Alternative Sources



  • Low-emitting VOC (volatile organic compounds) products
    Sustainable Building Sourcebook

    (Paints, Finishes and Adhesives)

    http://www.greenbuilder.com/sourcebook/finishesadhesives.html


  • MAGICK BOTANICALS FOR THE FRAGRANCE AND CHEMICALLY SENSITIVE
    3412 West MacArthur Blvd. Suite K
    Santa Ana, CA 92704

    http://www.magickbotanicals.com/directio.htm



  • MARKETS






  • MCS/CI Business Directory

    http://www.naturescountrystore.com/links/links.html


  • MCS Vendor List





  • Miller Paint
    Environmentally Friendly Paint

    http://www.millerpaint.com/Products/ProductsSpecialtyLowBio.html



  • Natural Health and Beauty

    http://www.hillbillyacres.com/

  • Natural Way Soapworks

    http://www.localaccess.com/NaturalWaySoap/


  • Nature’s Country Store

    http://www.naturescountrystore.com

    N.E.E.D.S. (National Ecological and Environmental Delivery System)

      http://www.needs.com/



      Call today to ask for their comprehensive catalog.

      fon:1.800.634.1380

      fax:1.315.488.6336

      NEEDS, Inc.

      PO Box 580

      E. Syracuse, NY 13057



    Neways — this site is set up in frames … click on topics on left

    http://www.newaysteam.com/rep/skramer/





  • Nirvana Safe Haven and the Non Toxic Hot Line

    “We provide purified, ionized or filtered air, filtered water,

    organic cotton clothing, natural chemical free wool, organic

    cotton mattrresses and futons, chemical free bedding and

    natural fiber hemp futons.



  • Nontoxic Environments

    (Building and household products)
    http://www.nontoxicenvironments.com/html/products.html


  • Planet Solutions

    http://www.jccomp.com/~ventures/psindex.html





  • Priorities

    http://www.priorities.com/


  • Products for the Chemically Sensitive / Environmentally Ill

  • Products I Need — Where Can I Find ?

    (Melva Gail Smith’s site)





  • Product Recalls

    http://www.fda.gov/opacom/7alerts.html



  • “PURE AIR- – – PURE WATER AND A BUSINESS TOO”

    http://www.ecoquestintl.com/pureairandh2o


  • Real Goods

    http://www.realgoods.com/



  • The Rip-off Report

    “V ictim of a consumer Rip-off? Want justice! The Rip-off Report is the

    nationwide consumer reporting web site to enter complaints about companies

    and individuals who are ripping people off. …”

    http://www.ripoffreport.com/


  • Safe, Unscented Products

    List provided by

    Sheila Bastien, Ph.D.

    Neuropsychologist

    2126 Los Angeles Street

    Berkeley, CA 94707

    http://www.sonic.net/daltons/melissa/unscent.html

  • SAFECHOICE
    Healty Environments

    http://healthyenvironments.com/products/safechoice/safechoice.html



  • Sanitary Supply

    http://www.sanitarysupplyco.com/1030p.htm


  • SERRV Products

    http://www.serrv.org/HowtoBuy.htm#Personal Orders



  • Shaklee Cleaners

    Vist the site for even more cleaners than the ones I’ve linked to . . . — barb

    http://www.shaklee.com/index.html



    • Basic-H — Effectively cleans hard surfaces, furniture, walls, enameled woodwork,

      floors, glass, cars, appliances – even delicate fabrics; No phosphates, chlorine, borates,

      nitrates, or fragrance

      http://www.shaklee.com/products/household/all_purpose/basic-h.html


      Basic-G©
      Disinfects and deodorizes while it cleans

    • Basic-G Highly Concentrated Germicide — When used as directed, effective
      against more than 40 bacteria, fungi, and viruses, including: various Salmonella,

      Staph and Strep pathogens, Herpes simplex types I and II, HIV-1 (AIDS virus),

      Influenza-A/Hong Kong, Athletes foot, Feline leukemia, Canine distemper, and Rabies.
      http://www.shaklee.com/products/household/all_purpose/basic-g.html


    • Basic-IÆ Industrial Strength Cleaner — Removes grease and grime —
      without phosphates or nitrates — Penetrates, emulsifies, and removes grease and grime
      Ideal for heavy-duty home, industrial, and commercial jobs: garage tools, barbecue
      grills, driveways, workshop and garage floors

      http://www.shaklee.com/products/household/all_purpose/basic-i.html

    Soapworks

    Recommended by Debra Lynn Dadd (http://www.dld123.com/) — barb

    http://www.soapworks.com/


    Shelter Ecology

    Products catalog

    http://www.ioa.com/~shelterecology/html/services_product_sales.html


  • Sustainable Building Sourcebook

    http://www.greenbuilder.com/sourcebook/contents.html

    Tom’s of Maine

    http://www.tomsofmaine.com/


  • Zeolite

    “Very Safe Non-toxic, it is even is used as a binder, filler in animal feed!!Ý

    I have also seen it used in cosmetics, and used in eastern Europe to helpÝ

    remove radiations from humans & cattle, after a Nuclear mishap. It is usedÝ

    in high-end air cleaners, ever hear of a (CZ filter – carbon/zeolite filter to

    remove VOC’s). it is used in water filtration plants, the list is endless!!

    It is used in pet fish tanks to remove ammonia from the water. Supermarkets

    now are starting to carry small zeolite containers to keep food fresh in a

    refrigerator. FDA has also approved it’s use in shoes and directly on your

    feet (foot powder).”



    — end consumer products —






    Continuing Education Courses

    “Fragrance Sensitivity: Impact on Health and Health Care”

    (In “Course Number” filed, type in 138 and click on “Find.”)

    http://epsilon.wlci.com/scripts/t3cgi.exe/spjc/display.taf?noshow=1



    Contrails

    Cook’s Thesaurus

    http://www.northcoast.com/~alden/cookhome.html



    Co-op America




    Copyright

    Corporate Information

    Cosmetic Info


    (Be sure to also search with your web browser’s find command as cosmetic info is scattered

    throughout this page — barb)



    See EHN’s petition of the FDA

    to declare Calvin Klein’s Eternity eau de parfum “misbranded.”

    FDApetition/bkgrinfo.htm




    Also visit EHN’s General Links, page F, Fragrance

    ehnlinx/f.htm#Fragrance

    And do visit the FDA’s site — COSMETICS

    http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/cos-toc.html



    — end cosmetic info —

    Cosmos Access

    http://www.cosmoaccess.com/

    Court Info

    CQS Health and Environment

    HealthAlert & ToxicAlert and InfoAlert & PoliticAlert

    http://www.cqs.com/default.htm



    Cranial Osteopathy (Craniosacral Osteopathy)

    http://www.users.dircon.co.uk/~med-man/

    Creeks — SF Bay Area Guide to

    Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD)


    Crib Death

    See SIDS at ehnlinx/s.htm#SIDS

    Crohn’s Disease




    CSDA Neighborhood Group in Northern Virginia
    http://members.aol.com/ljavins/chemreact.html



    C-SPAN

    “Your Online Resource for Public Affairs”



    Cuny, Frank and California Citizens for Health

    http://www.citizens.org/


    Currency Converter
    http://cgi.canoe.ca/htbin/calculators/currency/currencyCalc.cgi



    Cystitis Research Center, The

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