Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High Stakes
Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1998 - Environmental health - 440 pages
This text comprehensively covers sensitivity to low-level chemical exposure. Originally developed from a report commissioned by the New Jersey Department of Health, this work defines and clarifies the nature of chemical sensitivity, shows how it differs from traditional allergies, and suggests how federal and state governments can help those who are affected. A new chapter is included in this version which analyzes the most current information on the Gulf War Syndrome and other emerging environmental health problems.
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