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  • chemicals
    CNS = Central Nervous System, your brain and spine.

    CNS disorders:
    Alzheimer's Disease,
    Attention Deficit Disorder, Dementia,
    Multiple Chemical Sensitivity,
    Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease,
    Strokes, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

    CNS exposure symptoms include: aphasia, blurred vision, disorientation, dizziness, headaches, hunger, memory loss, numbness in face, pain in neck and spine.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by carrie on 21st November 2007

  • Chemicals found in fabric softeners are

    cns disorders-ataxia (loss of muscular coordination) , hypothermia,respiratory depression,Prevent skin contact.

    Carconigenic, vapors: irritating to eyes and respiratory passages,In mice: hyperanemia of the lungs.absorbed through the skin
    also in:
    perfume, cologne, shampoo, fabric,stickup air freshener, dishwashing liquid and detergent, soap, hairspray, bleach, after shave, deodorants

    CNS disorders, irritating to respiratoryheadache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, drop in blood pressure,
    also in:
    erfume, cologne, soap, shampoo, nail enamel remover, air freshener, laundry bleach and detergent, Vaseline lotion, deodorants

    CNS disorders,On EPA's Hazardous Waste list,absorbed through body tissues , dizziness, confusion, nausea, twitching muscles and convulsions, Avoid inhalation of vapors
    also in:
    perfume, shaving cream, nail enamel, dishwasher detergent, nail color, stickup air freshener

    Neurotoxic. Anesthetic. Carcinogenic. on EPA's Hazardous Waste list,Inhalation cause headache, nausea, vomiting, dizziness, drowsiness, Chronic effects of overexposure may include kidney and/or liver damage, Listed on California's Proposition 65.
    Narcotic. On EPA's Hazardous Waste list.cause anemia with leukocytosis, damage to liver and kidneys,
    also in:after shave, cologne, perfume, shampoo, nail color, nail enamel remover, fabric softener, dishwashing

    Carcinogenic, Prevent contact with skin or eyes because it is an irritant and sensitizer.Do not inhale vapor.

    also in: perfume, cologne, disinfectant spray, bar soap, shaving cream, deodorants, nail color and remover, fabric softener, dishwashing liquid, air fresheners, after shave, bleach, paint and varnish remover

    Narcotic, CNS disorders, depressed heart activity,In animal tests: ataxic gait, reduced spontaneous motor activity, depressed frog-heart activity

    also in: perfume, cologne, bar soap, shampoo, hand lotion, nail enamel remover, hairspray, laundry detergent, dishwashing liquid, Vaseline lotion, air fresheners, bleach powder, fabric softener, shaving cream, after shave, solid deodorant

    CNS depression, Prolonged exposure may cause dermatitis (skin rash)

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by carrie on 21st November 2007

  • Nail Polish, perfumes, and hair sprays contain an ingredient known to cause lifelong reproductive impairments in male rats. The ingredients in question are dibutyl phthalates (DBP) .THEY are used as plastic softeners and solvents IN :
    Nail Polish
    Hair Spray
    Food packages

    The warning IS based on a recently completed CDC study (Environ Health Perspect 2000 Oct;108:972-82) , in which the investigators found levels of the metabolized compound in women of childbearing age. THEY speculated that higher levels in women were due to the use of cosmetics such as perfume, nail polishes, and hair sprays.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by carrie on 21st November 2007

  • Chlorine Bleach is a pesticide you wash your laundry with it and clean your house with it . Some of us even use the wips on our childrens hichairs and even toysnot ever knowinG.

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by carrie on 21st November 2007

  • Welcome Carrie!

    Hope to learn more about you as you get to know the site! I notice that you run your own internet business, and so I thought you might want to join one of our newest groups called Networking Moms. If you have any questions please feel free to ask me. You might also want to check out our group for new members and introduce yourself. Can't wait to see you around!

    Flag as inappropriate Posted by mamajama on 20th November 2007