Is the World Making You Sick?
The impressive online magazine Nautilus focuses on the evidence for a new theory of disease — Toxicant-induced Loss of Tolerance (TILT) — and the need for environmental medical units (EMUs) for research, diagnosis and treatment.
QEESI Study Draws Connection between Chronic Illness and Chemical Sensitivity
Texas Public Radio in San Antonio describes the newly released online version of Dr. Miller’s TILT test, called the QEESI, or Quick Environmental Exposure and Sensitivity Inventory.
Studying MCHM’s Effects Is a Must for West Virginians
In an opinion piece in the Charleston (W.Va.) Gazette, Dr. Miller discusses potential health effects of the January 2014 chemical spill near Charleston involving MCHM, or 4-Methylcyclohexanemethanol.
Gulf War Syndrome Comes to the Gulf of Mexico?
In a Huffington Post opinion piece, Dr. Miller describes how human health is taking a backseat to other considerations from the Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
We Are All West Virginians: Why Everyone Should Take the Online Test for Chemical Intolerance
In a Huffington Post opinion piece, Dr. Miller stresses the need for residents to take the QEESI because of the January 2014 chemical spill in West Virginia.
“Extreme Chemical Sensitivity Makes Sufferers Allergic to Life”
A compelling article in Discover magazine in November 2013 describes the growing evidence about Toxicant-induced Loss of Tolerance, or TILT.
These events all resulted in protracted exposures to petrochemicals, their byproducts or combustion products—exposures that have been linked to TILT. Sick buildings, pesticides, fracking, the Exxon Valdez clean-up, and formaldehyde in trailers have also associated with TILT. Even the complex mixture of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) produced by molds (the smell you associate with mold) appear to contribute to TILT. Mold exposures can occur in sick buildings, and after hurricanes and floods.
Also look under Gulf Oil Spill under the A-Z Conditions.
Click here to read the article and watch the video of Dr. Miller being interviewed on San Antonio’s KENS 5 News.