Alison Johnson has a new video coming out about the need for fragrance-free policies.
From her website:
Card available from Alison Johnson
A Video Produced / Written / Directed by Alison Johnson
“This film covers not only fragrance issues but also presents an overview of multiple chemical sensitivity. It features Dr. L. Christine Oliver, an Associate Clinical Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and former Co-Director of Occupational and Environmental Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. The film also contains footage of an interview with the former Commander of Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Dr. Ronald R. Blanck. People with MCS in the film include Gulf War veterans and survivors of the 9/11 WTC attacks, as well as people from all walks of life.”
You can watch the trailer here:
Posted in Accessibility, Air Quality, Environmental Health, Environmental Sensitivities, Fragrance, Health, Human Rights, Public Health
Tagged Alison Johnson, allergies, Anne Steinemann, asthma, chemical sensitivity, Chemicals, fragrance-free, hazardous air pollutants, IAQ, MCS, multiple chemical sensitivities, petrochemicals, video
At long last, here’s your chance to see STINK for FREE!
Please don’t miss this!
What you see could literally save your life!
If you want to learn more about pink ribbons and pinktober, you can get Breast Cancer Action’s “Think Before You Pink Toolkit” here.
And for everyone’s sake:
Be fragrance (and toxic chemical stink) free. It’s good for you! It’s good for me!
Posted in Air Quality, Chemicals, Education, Environmental Health, Fragrance, Health, Policy, Public Health
Tagged allergies, asthma, cancer, chemical sensitivity, hazardous air pollutants, IAQ, petrochemicals, pink ribbons, toxic trespass, video, VOCs
Wireless Isn’t Magic!
Here’s a really catchy new educational song about wireless radiation, via the ElectricSense youtube channel.
I wish I knew who “Disco Star Power” was, and where to find what else they have done, but a search did not reveal those secrets.
It reminds me of some old Brazilian psychedelic pop I used to enjoy, simple melody and music, and the singer has a beautiful soft voice.
Have a listen, and maybe learn something new too!
If you prefer getting your research information by watching and listening instead of reading, here are a couple of video presentations by the esteemed Dr Stephen J. Genuis, who is one of the leading experts on environmental health.
In these presentations he discusses the increases in chronic illness and mental health problems, chemical and other causes and effects, shortcomings in our health care systems, as well as some treatment options to improve health.
I’ve also linked to related research for those of you who like to read.
Posted in Disability, Education, Environmental Health, Health, Public Health, Research
Tagged allergies, autism, cancer, chronic illness, exposures, fibromyalgia, invisible disabilities, MCS, MCS/ES, mental health, multimorbidity, pain, petrochemicals, sensitivities, Stephen J. Genuis, toxic chemicals, video
The Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) has created a video about MCS and job accommodation featuring Dr John Molot.
Video: Demystifying Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Posted in Accessibility, Disability, Environmental Health, Environmental Sensitivities, Human Rights, Multiple Chemical Sensitivities
Tagged accommodation, Chemicals, hazardous air pollutants, IAQ, invisible disabilities, MCS, MCS/ES, petrochemicals, PSAC, sensitive to pollution, toxic trespass, video
This presentation by Professor Olle Johansson about the biological and health effects of electromagnetic pollution was given to a group of Industrial Engineering students in Barcelona, Spain and was recorded in October 2015. We are fortunate to be able to have access to easy to understand scientific presentations of this caliber.
Professor Johansson, from the Neuroscience department at Karolinska Institutet in Sweden, starts by saying the first problem is that they have no women in the class and then discussed how EHS is recognized as a functional impairment in Sweden, and how the environment must be modified to accommodate and include people with a functional impairment. (His recently published paper on the subject is also available below). He went on to describe other issues with wireless radiation and encouraged the class to come up with solutions.
I think it’s worth taking the time to watch, but I like learning about the things that are affecting our lives, and what we can and have to do now and to protect future generations, so that they have a chance at more than mere survival.
“Adverse health effects of modern electromagnetic fields from wireless telecommunication, such as mobile phones and WiFi”
Posted in Accessibility, Disability, EHS, Environment, Health, Human Rights, Public Health, Wireless
Tagged accommodation, brain, EMF/EMR, environmental sensitivities, functional impairment, MCS/ES, science, video, wireless, wireless dangers
If you own ANY wireless devices, you really want to know about these secrets.
The following video is a must see video. It’s very easy to understand. These are secrets you need to know about, as if your life depended on it, because it actually might.
Highlights from the Massachusetts Statehouse Briefing on Wireless and Public Health:
Posted in Child Health, Electromagnetic Protection, Policy, Public Health, Wireless
Tagged autism, cancer, EHS, environmental sensitivities, regulations, secrets, video, wireless, wireless dangers