Resources and Support for Multiple Chemical Sensitivities, Environmental Illness, and Chemical Injuries in Canada

Allan D. Lieberman, M.D.

Medical Director of:
Center for Occupational and Environmental Medicine
Located in North Charleston, SC.

Co Poisoning - The Premier Neurotoxicant Nineteenth Annual International Symposium on Man and His Environment in Health and Disease. 2001. Goal: Increase awareness that CO poisoning is the single greatest cause of poisoning in America. Objectives: 1. Recognize the chemical patterns of injury; 2. Recognize the underlying tissue pathology; 3. To not underestimate the impairments and disability that can come from CO poisoning.

Concomitant And Synergistic Foods A concomitant food is one which provokes a reaction in a susceptible individual when another allergen – such as a pollen – is present. This means that you can be more reactive or more symptomatic following the ingestion of specific foods during certain pollinating seasons ... Synergistic foods are those which, when combined and eaten together in the same meal, can cause an allergic reaction – even though when eaten separately they might cause only a mild reaction or none at all.

Genotoxicity From Domestic Use of Organophosphate Pesticides Abstract. Allan Daniel Lieberman MD, Mary Ruth Craven BS, Hallett A. Lewis MD, JOEM 40:11 (November 1998) pp 954-957. [NOTE: To view abstract, enter "Genotoxicity From Domestic Use of Organophosphate Pesticides" (without quotes) in the search engine.]

Houseplants Fight Air Pollution

Insulin And Your Health: The Inside Story By Allan D. Lieberman, M.D. and James C. Scheer, D.O., M.S.Published Article in "further" May/June 1999

Rads, Ruds, and Rids, the Third R Abstract. 1994. The Twelfth Annual International Symposium on Man and His Environment in Health and Disease.

Reactive intestinal dysfunction syndrome (RIDS) caused by chemical exposures. Archives of Environmental Health Sept-Oct, 1998

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