* Presents results from studies of more than 20,000 Environmental Health Center (EHC) patients under controlled conditions Incorporates the results from study and treatment of an estimated 100,000 patients from other environmentally oriented physicians and scientists around the world Describes techniques for removal of toxins from the body Identifies the effects of environmental pollutants on known mechanisms of immune and nonimmune detoxifications systems Emphasizes the importance of maintaining a balance between endocrine, immunological, and neurological systems and their nutrient fuels
The volumes that comprise Chemical Sensitivity are the first major scientific books to be published on chemical sensitivity, a growing world-wide health problem. These volumes present clinical experiences in diagnosing and treating chemical sensitivity in over 20,000 patients under controlled conditions.
Table of Contents
ENT/Upper Respiratory. Pollutant Injury to Lower Respiratory System, Chest Wall, and Breast. Cardiovascular System. Gastrointestinal System. Genitourinary System. Musculoskeletal System. Endocrine System. Integument. Nervous System. Opthalmological System. Children. Glossary. Index.