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MCS Visitors Guidelines 2008 - SECTION 5 References and More Reading
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SECTION 5 References and More Reading
Further information about chemical sensitivity is available on ASEHAs website. Information is also available on fragrances, allergy, pesticides, the adverse impacts of toxins on infants and other related topics. For a detailed review of MCS See MCS A 2006 Review of the Evidence. This review list a number of scientific and medical references, and websites used in the production of these guidelines. ASEHA website www.asehaqld.org.au
ASEHA QLD Inc is a support group for individuals with allergy, food and chemical sensitivity. It is a volunteer organisation that offers information, encouragement and support to individuals with allergy, food and chemical sensitivity, chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. ASEHA engages in systems advocacy and occasional individual advocacy.
Ashford,N and Miller, C. 1998. Chemical exposures: Low levels and high stakes. 2nd Ed. Van Nostrand, NY
Darbre, P D. 2006. Metalloestrogens: an emerging class of inorganic xenoestrogens with potential to add to the oestrogenic burden of the human breast. J. Appl. Toxicol. 2006: DOI: 10.1002/jat.1135.
Fisher, B E. 1998. Scents and sensitivity. Environmental Health Perspectives. 106(12):A594-A599. http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/docs/1998/106-12/focus.html
Fragranced Products Information Network www.fpinva.org
Henley, D V. 2007. Prepubertal gynecomastia linked to lavender and tea tree oil. New England Journal of Medicine 356: 479-85.
Longnecker, E L et al. 2006. Volatile organic compounds and pulmonary function in the Third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 1988 - 1994. Environmental Health Perspectives 114(8): August 2006 http://ehp.niehs.nih.gov/docs/2006/9019/abstract.html
Poulos, M L et al. 2007. Trends in hospitalisation for anaphylaxis, angioedema and urticaria in Australia, 1993-1994 to 2004-2005. J Allergy Clin Immunol 2007: 120:878-84
Shusterman, D and Murphy, M. 2007. Prevalence of non-allergic triggers among seasonal allergic rhinitics and normals. AAAAI Annual Meeting. Abstract 551, presented Feb. 25.
Worksafe Australia. Standard. 1995. Exposure standards for atmospheric contaminants in the occupational environment. Guidance note.http://www.ascc.gov.au/ascc/AboutUs/Publications/NationalStandards/GuidanceNoteontheInterpretationofExposureStandardsforAtmosphericContaminantsintheOccupationalEnviron.htm
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