Monday, May 4, 2009

The Canary Report


"Sounding the alarm about Multiple Chemical Sensitivity". The Canary Report is the leading website dedicated to news, information and inspiration for people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and those who love them.

In layman’s terms, people with MCS react unfavorably when exposed to any amount, from minute to gross, of toxic chemicals from products such as pesticides, cigarette smoke, paint fumes, wood preservatives, photocopier fumes, perfumes and fragrances, laundry products, dryer sheets, air fresheners, and epoxy, among many others. Symptoms vary from fleeting to severe and might include rapid heart rate, shortness of breath, fatigue, flushing, dizziness, nausea, coughing, difficulty concentrating, migraine, or even life threatening seizures or respiratory problems. This chemical sensitivity condition is not rare and the numbers of people who have it are growing.


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