An advocacy organization -- a resource site
If you burn to learn, to EHN please do turn.
EHN [of California]
P.O. Box 1155
Larkspur, California, 94977-1155
Support and Information Line
This site is donated, hence the rollover URL from EHN's domain name.
We all are stakeholders when it comes to breathing.©
Information available on and through this site -- www.ehnca.org -- is not a substitute for
professional health care or legal advice. Also, EHN does not test nor endorse products. Please use this
site and its links as a tool to assist you in gathering information, which you have a right to know. A
health care practitioner should always be consulted for any health problem, a lawyer consulted for any
legal matter, and you should listen to your body when trying any product.
All opinions expressed here are those of the writer and do not necessarily reflect the opinion of EHN.
This is an information site! Use it to build your knowledge base. If you feel vital info is lacking, please
inform me kindly. I'll be happy to include it, if appropriate. -- barb
Shine some light on the business of beauty!
Require that products -- like fragarnces and other cosmetics -- which are
released to market without being substantiated for safety
carry your consumer alert:
'WARNING: The safety of this product has not been determined.'
9/29/03: The FDA has officially begun
"Preliminary scientific reviews of the petition."
Remember, fragrances are derived from petrochemicals
and enter the bodies of users and nonusers through
absorption and inhalation. Provide a public record. Inform the FDA!
Please write, fax or e-mail the FDA in support of EHN's FDA Citizens' Petition, 99P-1340. Check the analyses. More than just phthaltes were found. See how much is NOT known about all of the chemicals used.
Enter Docket Number 99P-1340 on your subject line.
E-mail FDA Dockets at firstname.lastname@example.org
EHN's site is one of two homes of the FDA Petition, with analyses,
contact information, sample letters and complementary information. http://www.ehnca.org/www/FDApetition/bkgrinfo.htm
The other site is that of Betty Bridges, RN and her renowned
Fragranced Products Information Network
Includes information regarding meetings, contacts, membership ...
QuickClicks to some of the topics of interest
Far more info is available under General and Government links.
Access | Access Board's Fragrance-free policy | ADA | ADD
The New Reactor is in hiatus. VERY SORRY about this. If 'FRAGRANCE-FREE" events could be just that, maybe my health and the health of others involved would hold. But, of course, fragrance-FREE calls for the co-operation and kindness of strangers. -- barb
For complete information, please check the outbound links from
General Links and Government Links, in the right column, below.
Access for People With EI/MCS
(Sen. Milton Marks)
As You Sow - California's Prop 65 information
ATSDR - MCS Report
BEST of The Reactor
(Specific Needs for Persons With Multiple Chemical Sensitivity --
Ecology House, Larkspur, California
EPA's Reports on Polar Organic Compounds in Fragrances of Consumer Products -- 1992 names brand names
1992 - http://www.ameliaww.com/fpin/fragrance_rti4948.htm
FDA's -- Fragrance-free/Unscented
and Table of Contents: http://vm.cfsan.fda.gov/~dms/cos-225.html.
NOTE!: "Neither cosmetic products nor cosmetic ingredients are reviewed or approved by FDA before they are sold to the public. FDA cannot require companies to do safety testing of their cosmetic products before marketing. If, however, the safety of a cosmetic product has not been substantiated, the product's label must read: 'WARNING: The safety of this product has not been determined.'" WHERE is that FDA-required warning on labels of fragrances?
FDA: Understanding the Puffery
FDA: The Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program
Fragrance-Free Defined by Ecology House Residents
Fragrance-Reduction Resolution by SF Bay Chpt. of Sierra Club
"FDA Authority Over Cosmetics"
NOTE!: "Neither cosmetic products nor cosmetic ingredients are reviewed or approved by FDA before they are sold to the public. FDA cannot require companies to do safety testing of their cosmetic products before marketing. If, however, the safety of a cosmetic product has not been substantiated, the product's label must read 'WARNING: The safety of this product has not been determined.'"
Fragrances/Perfumes (outbound links: GENERAL Links, page F)
Fragranced Products Information Network
Julia Kendall's Fragrance Information
MCS Info and Support
$ Phony "Do-Gooders" $
Dr Robert Sinaiko
|September 11, 2001|
Visit EHN's page dedicated to
the people who have suffered and
to those who have struggled to
make life better for those who have suffered.
Cleaner Air Symbol
Chemical Injury Awareness pin
Every Body's Backyard!
EHN's site is deliberately kept "fancy-free" so our EI/MCS community members can more easily use it ... and I can more easily handle the workload.
For those of you who feel you must see credentials before believing what you see on a website: I'm a wife, mother, grandmother and formerly gainfully employed. I earned an AA, while working and raising three kids. I understand that an AA in this day and age means little, but it means a lot to me. My favorite studies included Political Science and Anthropology.
When I was forced into early retirement, I vowed to make as much good information available to the public as was humanly possible for me. . . .
If you wish to read more, please visit About . . .
EHN is a 501 (c) (3) non profit agency; donations are gratefully accepted.
For more information on various ways to donate to EHN, please visit our
Membership page at ehnhompg/membship.htm
EHN's Board of Directors and Volunteers live with
Environmental Illness, which includes, but is not limited to:
Chronic Fatigue and Immune Deficiency Syndrome
Electromagnetic Field sensitization
Many Chronic Symptoms of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
EHN Board of Directors and Officers
(board meets as necessary)
Juliene Lipson, RN, PhD
EHN Advisory BoardBetty Bridges, RN
Lori Greenleaf, PhD
Amy Marsh, Past President (two terms)
Phyllis Matyi, Attorney at Law
Susan Molloy, M.A
Events DirectorLouise Yost
As with all organizations, EHN depends upon your contributions of
time and energy, as well as your membership support.
EHN uploads its pages with:
Anarchie Pro 3.5
As of February 2000, EHN has a "domain name" which is www.ehnca.org
- Anarchie Pro Documentation
This site, with the labor involved, is donated by barb wilkie from her ISP package with:
LanMinds' List of access numbers
EHN devleops its pages with: PageSpinner
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FastCounter by LinkExchange
(Counter installed, end of day, 2/28/99
Please note, FastCounter had many problems near the end of 1999 and into early 2000.
Our count had reached the 5,000 count, and dropped back 1,000 and 2,000 hits repeatedly
the last quarter of 1999. FASTCOUNTER has been working fine since spring 2000. However, the
current total is far under what it should read. -- barb)
Please note: If you have an Apple Monitor that cannot hold the color,
it may be repaired free of charge by Apple. Call 1.800.SOS.APPLE
(I preferred placing a phone call to trying to use their website. -- barb)
If you have questions about EHN, MCS, or comments about the web page, please emailPlease check back often as we are always adding valuable links to our
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perfume, fragrances, cosmetics - see www,ehnca.org The Environmental Health Network (EHN- www.ehnca.org) [of California] is a 501 (c) (3) non profit agency and offers support and information for the chemically and electromagetically injured -- MCS & EMF. Perfume pollutes. Learn about the toxicity of fragrances from the work of Julia Kendall and Betty Bridges, RN, get The BEST of the Reactor, join EHN and receive The New Reactor. See what influence the Chemical Manufacturers have had against those of us with EI. The URL for this page is http://www.ehnca.org