Talk with Dr. Anne Steinemann, Professor, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at the University of Washington.
Dr. Steinemann's Publications Include:
“National Prevalence of Fragrance Sensitivity”, (with S. Caress) Journal of Environmental Health (in press).
“A National Population Study of the Prevalence of Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.”(with S. Caress) Archives of Environmental Health 59(6): 300-305, 2004. [PDF]
“National Population Study of Asthma’s Prevalence, Etiology, Age of Onset, and Association with Chemical Hypersensitivity”, Toxicology and Industrial Health (in press).
"Fragranced Consumer Products and Undisclosed Ingredients," Environmental Impact Assessment Review (forthcoming) 2008.
She co-authored the book "Exposure Analysis"
- Highlights the emerging science of the dermal route of exposure to toxic agents
Toxic chemicals found in common scented laundry products, air fresheners
July 23rd, 2008 in Medicine & Health / Health
A University of Washington study of top-selling laundry products and air fresheners found the products emitted dozens of different chemicals. All six products tested gave off at least one chemical regulated as toxic or hazardous under federal laws, but none of those chemicals was listed on the product labels
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