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Published on Aug 10, 2006
What neurotoxicity looks like ... as demonstrated by a mouse after mild exposure to new, synthetic carpet. Testing done by Anderson Laboratories. Feel bad for the mouse? We are doing much worse to ourselves all the time without noticing. Symptomology has become normalized. Doctors are not trained in toxicology. Chemicals are not proven safe before brought to market. Cancer is easier to prevent than cure (stop using carcinogens). Restore logic. Listen to Antidote Radio (antidoteradio.com), peruse sites such as scorecard.org, toxgun.com, ewg.org, drrapp.com, neurotox.com, and do your own research. Do you really have a mood disorder? Start noticing how exposures affect you. Even a bunch of EPA employees got sick from new carpet, which is linked to symptoms and disorders of many kinds. Chemicals are a trillion dollar industry. Ignore industry PR. Listen to canaries (and mice).