mcs lifestyle tips
12 ways to stay warm this winter with severe MCS/ES.
A survey of bedding options for the chemically sensitive.
How to soak and boil your clothes when you are chemically sensitive to various fabrics and chemicals.
A survey of alternatives to the gas oven.
How to read books and magazines if printing inks and papers make you sick.
Options for watching TV or using a computer when you are reactive to the plastics and other chemicals.
Collection of articles by those forced to live outdoors due to severe environmental illness.
Chemical Senitivity and the Monolithic Dome
by David B. South
Extreme Chemical Sensitivity Makes Sufferers Allergic to Life
by Jill Neimark
Home Sweet Non-Toxic Home: Going Beyond Green
by Julie Genser
In One Arizona Community, an Oasis in a Toxic World
NY Times article about an MCS community in Snowflake, AZ
Multiple Chemical Sensitivities can drive sufferers into poverty as well as ill health
by Todd Hymas Samkara – Touches on the difficulty of finding safe housing for MCSers.
The New Refugees
by MaryFrances Platt
Resources for People with Disabilities Displaced by Hurricane Katrina
Providing Shelter for People with Multiple Chemical Sensitivity by Cyndi Norwitz
Safe Houses: Only for the Affluent?
by Barbara Easton