Published in Women's Health Weekly, November 23rd, 1998
Chemical intolerance is illness from odors of everyday chemicals to which people are exposed, including car exhaust, pesticides, perfumes, and even new carpet. It has been linked to a variety of illnesses, particularly cardiovascular and pulmonary diseases, including asthma. Other complaints include migraine headache, inability to concentrate, irritable bowel, as well as breast and ovarian cysts.
Of particular note, researcher Carol M. Baldwin and associates from the University of Arizona reported that they found chemical intolerance in significantly more women than...
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