Idiopathic environmental intolerance attributed to electromagnetic fields: a content analysis of British newspaper reports. (65/104)

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Multiple chemical sensitivity and the workplace: current position and need for an occupational health surveillance protocol. (66/104)

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Hypnosis as sole anaesthesia for skin tumour removal in a patient with multiple chemical sensitivity. (67/104)

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Transcranial pulsed electromagnetic fields for multiple chemical sensitivity: study protocol for a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial. (68/104)

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Evaluation of genetic polymorphisms in patients with multiple chemical sensitivity. (69/104)

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A study of two generic health-related quality of life questionnaires--Nottingham Health Profile and Short-Form 36 Health Survey--and of coping in patients with sensory hyperreactivity. (70/104)

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Allergological and toxicological aspects in a multiple chemical sensitivity cohort. (71/104)

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Significance of individual sensitivity to chemicals: elucidation of host susceptibility by use of biomarkers in environmental health research. (72/104)

Biomarker research has become the predominant theme for study of human dose-host-response relations to environmental chemicals. Increasing interest has been focused on identifying markers for host susceptibility, with mixed results. Efforts to identify markers for host variability in carcinogenic risk, on the basis of theoretical knowledge of carcinogen metabolism, have been disappointing. New work in the area of acquired risk modifiers, such as nutritional status, is theoretically attractive, but results have been limited. Impressive achievements have been made in the area of immunological variability, which may elucidate the molecular basis of as well as provide practical biomarkers for several diseases. The problem of multiple chemical sensitivities, on the other hand, has proved refractory to biomarker research, reflecting inadequate knowledge of the mechanism and inappropriate application of biomarker methods.  (+info)