HEAL Board comments on USDA's Organic Food Standard proposed rule's ganic Food

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Organic food -- food as free as possible from contamination with harmful environmental, agricultural and pharmaceutical chemicals -- is of vital concern to many HEAL members. Unlike other groups, whose concerns about organic food stem from broad environment and health

Proposed Changes in National Ambient Air Quality Standards, Ozone and Particulate Matter

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RE: EPA Dockets A-95-54, A-95-58, A-96-51 Thank you for the opportunity to comment on the agency's proposed revisions of the NAAQS for ozone and particulate matter. These changes would have far-reaching effects on many aspects of national life, and are

HEAL's Governing Board Comments on Proposed Changes in EPA Standards for Ozone and Particulate Matter, February 1997 Excerpts

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"In recent years we have dedicated much of our attention to the effects of low-level chemical exposures on human health. We have concentrated our attention on the issue of multiple chemical sensitivities (MCS), from which may of our members suffer.

HEAL's Governing Board Comments on the Interagency Workgroup on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity.

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TO: The Interagency Workgroup on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity FROM: Executive Committee, Human Ecology Action League, Inc. Muriel A. Dando, President RE: Comment on A Report on Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS) [Predecisional Draft August 24, 1998]. Thank you for the opportunity

FDA Comment: Investigational new drugs, informed consent, and the militaryment: Investigational new drugs, informed consent, and the military

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In 1997 the Food and Drug Administration solicited public comment regarding the waiver of informed consent for the military use of investigational new drugs. Waiver of informed consent in this context means that troops serving in the US armed forces

HEAL's Governing Board Comments on Nurses and Teachers: Worker health, worker concers

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DATE:March 1, 2006 TO: John Howard, M.D. Director, National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health FROM: Muriel Dando, President Human Ecology Action League, Inc. (HEAL) RE: National Occupational Research Agenda (NORA) Thank you for the opportunity to contribute to the