VW caught for cheating on pollution testing – but why have the concentrations of organophosphates in visible oil fume events in passenger cabins of jet airliners never been published?

Click here to read a 2015 Guardian article about the VW pollution testing scandal. Click here to read a 2006 Guardian article about toxic air health scandal in passenger jets. Click here to learn the concentrations of organophosphates in so-called ‘normal air’ in passenger jet airline cabins tested from 2007 – 2011. Concentrations for an…

Southern Research and UAB Part of Multisite Study on Effects of Chemical Nerve Agents

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Sept. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ — Researchers at Southern Research and the University of Alabama at Birmingham are part of a multisite consortium sharing a new five-year, $3.8 million grant from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke CounterACT program, part of the National Institutes of Health, to learn more about organophosphate exposure…

Committee on Toxicity of Chemicals in Food, Consumer Products and the Environment Minutes of the meeting held on Tuesday, 30th June 2015 in Aviation House, London

Item 3: Matters arising Item 3: Matters arising from previous meetings 7. Paras 5-7: The former Chair, Professor Coggon, had written to the Parliamentary Under-Secretary at the Department for Transport (DfT) to again raise the problem of inaccurate representation of the Committee’s conclusions in official replies. A reply had been received by Professor Boobis, copied…

When Johnny Comes Marchin’ Home… Covering Up the Toxic Truth of PTSD – Green Med Info

When pharmaceutical and talk therapies fail with those suffering from PTSD, consider the brain’s environment…Detox! The public has little idea of the depth of suffering our returning warriors and their families endure.  We saw a sanitized version of war in the Mid East, but rarely the depressing after-story, even when veterans retain their limbs and…

GCAQE

GCAQE  calls  on  all  aviation  crew  members  and  passengers  to  contribute  to  a  vital blood  test  being  developed  to  prove  exposure  to  contaminated  air  on  aircraft.

Global  Cabin  Air  Quality  Executive  (GCAQE) Press  Release   IMMEDIATE  RELEASE  Thursday  30  July  2015 GCAQE  calls  on  all  aviation  crew  members  and  passengers  to  contribute  to  a  vital blood  test  being  developed  to  prove  exposure  to  contaminated  air  on  aircraft. London,  England.   The  Global  Cabin  Air  Quality  Executive  (GCAQE),  established  in  2006,  is…