Resources for Patients and Professionals
“Protecting Yourself and Your Family: How Exposures to Chemicals and Drugs Affect Our Health”
My booklet, which describes chemical intolerance, Toxicant-induced Loss of Tolerance, and the dangers of certain chemicals in the environment.
Quick Environmental Exposure and Sensitivity InventoryThe QEESI, or TILT test, is the most widely used screening instrument for multiple chemical intolerance. Individuals find it helpful for self-assessment and screening.
Chemical Exposures: Low Levels and High StakesMy book, which describes how everyday, low-level chemical exposures may cause fatigue, cognitive impairment, headaches, mood changes, breathing difficulties, digestive problems, and a host of chronic illnesses. (.pdf format, 28 megabytes)
DrClaudiaMiller.comMy website, which offers publications, presentations, a blog and commentary about chemical intolerance.
Association of Occupational and Environmental ClinicsNon-profit organization for occupational and environmental health professionals.
Centers for Disease Control and PreventionFederal public health agency with many missions and duties.
Consumer Product Safety CommissionFederal agency charged with testing the safety of products, including chemical content of children’s products.
Environmental Working GroupThe group is a highly regarded environmental health research and advocacy organization.
Green Building AdvisorEditors are former builders, remodelers, and designers who advise about best practices in construction and remodeling.
Household Products DatabaseThe U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ resource about products
we use or encounter almost every day.
Integrated Pest Management Principles – EPAThe Environmental Protection Agency’s resource on Integrated Pest Management, or IPM, an effective and environmentally sensitive approach to pest management
National Institute for Occupational Safety and HealthFederal agency that conducts research and makes recommendations to prevent worker injury and illness.